As season looms, Orioles fans balk over streaming blackout

Latest News: As season looms, Orioles fans balk over streaming blackout

Baseball season is approaching, but ardent Orioles fan Julie Saxenmeyer won’t be paying to watch major-league games on her phone because the package is missing an essential ingredient: her favorite team.

“I don’t pay for the package because I don’t get to see the O’s,” she said.

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