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Texas Rangers games can be a reality after you cut the cord. Solid Signal brings pro baseball to Dallas-Fort Worth area cord-cutters.
If you're a Rangers fan, you might know about Major League Baseball’s “blackout rule.” It’s the reason you can’t see many of your team’s home games on broadcast TV. At Solid Signal, we believe this isn’t fair to Lone Stars fans who want to cut the cord. This is why we provide options that let you watch your home team and still get all that free HDTV from your TV antenna.
DIRECTV’s MLB EXTRA INNINGS
Are you a cord-cutter who wants to see all the Rangers’ home and away games? We recommend a DIRECTV programming package with MLB EXTRA INNINGS. With a satellite TV system, you'll see the Rangers and any other Major League Baseball team. You also can stream this content using most Apple and Android mobile devices. For an easy experience, you also can use your PS4 or Xbox One to stream MLB content to your TV. Streaming comes free with a DIRECTV satellite TV subscription.
MLB EXTRA INNINGS offers many benefits, which includes:
- The MLB.TV streaming package and the Strike Zone channel.
- The Game Mix channel, which allows you to watch multiple games at the same time.
- Picture-in-picture mode with a DIRECTV Genie DVR.
- The choice between home and away team broadcasts.
- The ability to flip between games featuring your favorite players. (Perfect for fantasy baseball players.)
- The choice between home and away games of every team in the league.
- Keeping your TV antenna and all the free HDTV it delivers.
Let’s Play Ball!
If you’re a Dallas area cord-cutter who loves baseball, MLB EXTRA INNINGS is your best bet. Solid Signal brings this and other professional sports to your home. If you haven’t cut the cord yet, we also can match you with the best TV antenna for your situation. Just call us at 877.312.4547 if you’re a baseball fan in the Dallas-Fort Worth area who also wants to cut the cord.