It figures that, after all the trouble I had trying to get Gameday Audio in time for the spring training opener, a deal would come along offering MLB.tv premium for the same price as the simple audio package.
But you know what? I’m not going to be bitter that I’ve now bought a second service from MLB that includes everything the first one I bought did (although it is tempting). No, I’m just going to be happy that I can watch all the non-Blue Jays games that I can handle during the 2010 season.
I wish the Jays games weren’t blacked out, but what can you do?
So, what about the Jays?
Well, the MLB.tv premium package includes the Gameday Audio stuff, so you can listen to the Jays while they’re on the road.
When they’re at home? If you’re in the Toronto area, the best way to see as many home games as you possibly can is probably the under-appreciated and under-advertised Toronto Star Season Pass.
Seriously, the seats in the 500-level are pretty damn good. And if you refuse to acknowledge that they are, you could always try to upgrade your seats a bit.