I see that Sling TV is now offering Fox Sports Detroit (and other regional Fox Sports channels) as part of its new Beta Multi-Stream service. The price is the same as the traditional single stream service, but without Disney channels.
I am wondering if this is finally a way to get, cheap, legal broadcasts of Tigers, Pistons and Red Wings games? (Is this going to work easily or is there some catch?)
If this works then I may never go back to cable. I'll just force myself to the bar for the 3 or so crappy Michigan football games on Big Ten Network.
Anyone try it out?
EDIT: I see that "Disney channels" includes the ESPN channels and not just Disney, Disney Jr., etc. That changes things.
If you're a seam-head like myself then today marks the beginning of spring as pitchers and catchers report today in Lakeland.
I'd like to hear some predictions not only for the Tigers but for the rest of the league as well. I'm gonna put the Tigers at 90-72 and getting a WC birth, as KC takes the division.
2016 World Series: San Francisco GIants (it's an even numbered year) vs the KC Royals in a rematch of the '14 series.
Tigers didn't give up a ton to get him, shipping infielder Javier Betancourt and a player to be named later for the closer.
I'm not a huge fan of the move myself as I think the Tigers need to get younger. But it's a cheap price for someone who has been a "reliable" closer so to speak.
The Tigers will lose the services of closer Joe Nathan for the remainder of the season, manager Brad Ausmus told reporters Thursday.
Nathan has tears in his ulnar collateral ligament and an elbow flexor tendon and will require surgery, Ausmus said.
Well, that escalated quickly.