Peter G. Aiken-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
For those who can't watch the broadcasts on TV, MLB.com is offering a subscription package to see alternative coverage online.
The Detroit Tigers open the 2012 MLB Playoffs against the Oakland A's at 6 p.m. Oct. 6 on TBS, but MLB.com and TBS are both offering options to watch the MLB Playoffs online for fans who can't get to a television to watch.
Major League Baseball is offering an MLB.tv postseason package for $24.99 that includes live streaming, HD quality video, in-game stats and highlights and more.
TBS is also offering coverage through MLB.com called the TBS Hot Corner.
MLB.com describes the offerings:
This year's media player allows fans more interactivity as they'll be able to choose between a Backstop Cam, Pitcher Cam, Dugout Cam and Batter Cam.
With this year's Live Game Streaming application, fans will have the option to switch between live games, interact with other fans around the country in live chat rooms and vote in live polls. An on-site reporter will bring fans live reports and exclusive interviews throughout the game as well.
The Hot Corner also offers exclusive on-demand postseason content featuring on-field postgame reactions from players and managers, sit-down player interviews, original postseason-themed music videos featuring rock 'n' roll legends Bon Jovi and a behind-the-scenes look into players' pregame and off-day routines.
Every game of the AL Division Series between the Tigers and A's will be televised on TBS.