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T-Mobile steps up to the plate with free MLB.tv passes for subscribers

T-Mobile steps up to the plate with free MLB.tv passes for subscribers

T-Mobile may have lost its endearing CEO, but the company is still offering up perks to its subscribers every Tuesday. Last year, customers were treated to an annual MLB.tv pass, and T-Mobile is doing the same in 2020. It was supposed to roll out earlier this year, but the pandemic put the offer on pause. However, the company is now stepping up to the plate and announcing that subscribers can start redeeming the free annual MLB.tv promo this Tuesday.

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T-Mobile's free year of MLB.TV offer has been delayed until the season starts (Updated)

T-Mobile's free year of MLB.TV offer has been delayed until the season starts (Updated)

The boys of summer are headed our way fast and for us spectators, it means grabbing our season passes or chucking a few coins toward the piggybank for the nosebleeds... and the plane. But for the people who don't want cable, but still want to watch a whole bunch of games, you might want to hitch up with T-Mobile soon — it's giving its subscribers a free full-season subscription to MLB.tv starting March 24.

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Grab your free year of MLB.TV from T-Mobile starting today, March 26 (Updated)

Grab your free year of MLB.TV from T-Mobile starting today, March 26 (Updated)

Along with John Legere's sass, T-Mobile customers get a lot of freebies through the carrier's Tuesdays app. One of the most significant of those is the yearly subscription to MLB.TV, and that offer is back again for 2019. You'll be able to take advantage of it on March 26.

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[Batter Up] T-Mobile's latest free MLB.TV offer begins today

[Batter Up] T-Mobile's latest free MLB.TV offer begins today

Forget the sound of birds chirping, or the sun still being up when you leave work in the evening; the real sign of the start of spring is just days away, with the 2018 Major League Baseball season getting started later this week. If you don't feel like missing a moment of the action, and just happen to be a T-Mobile subscriber, you're in luck, as the carrier's back this year with another free MLB.TV subscription offer.

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[Update: Offer is live] Reminder: T-Mobile customers can get a free one-year subscription to MLB.TV on April 4

[Update: Offer is live] Reminder: T-Mobile customers can get a free one-year subscription to MLB.TV on April 4

T-Mobile is breaking out quite a treat for its customers who are also baseball fans. On April 4, everyone's favorite magenta carrier is handing out free one-year subscriptions to MLB.TV, which is a $112.99 value, via the T-Mobile Tuesdays program.

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MLB At Bat Gets Update To Support 60 FPS Streaming, Bandwidth Controls To Conserve Data, And Live Pitch-By-Pitch Data Becomes Available To Free Users

MLB At Bat Gets Update To Support 60 FPS Streaming, Bandwidth Controls To Conserve Data, And Live Pitch-By-Pitch Data Becomes Available To Free Users

MLB is about as good as it gets when it comes to mobile and streaming presence, but that's no reason for it to rest on its laurels. That's why the latest update to MLB At Bat, the league's Android presence for following live action, brings several significant goodies to both free and premium users.

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Major League Baseball Returns Next Week, MLB.com At Bat Updated In Preparation

Major League Baseball Returns Next Week, MLB.com At Bat Updated In Preparation

The smell of fresh cut grass is carried by a cool spring breeze. The sounds of birds chirping is punctuated by the crack of a bat and the ground trembles as a crowd comes to its feet with a roar. I smell it. I hear it. I feel it. Baseball is coming.

In two days time, the first pitch of the 2015 Major League Baseball season will be thrown in Chicago and the season will begin. Some people may find America’s favorite pastime to be a boring or slow paced sport. Those people can go read something else. This article is for the fans.

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