Do not waste your money on the postseason version of MLB.tv. It is not intended to be a standalone feed. It's intended to be a companion tool for the live broadcast. Your view is stuck on one camera the entire time. It does allow you to open four views simultaneously, but it still sucks. (For example, imagine one of your camera feeds being a behind-the-plate view the entire game. It's not cool, it's boring and useless on action in the outfield) Also, I'm pretty sure you don't get any commentary either -- from what I remember, it's just the noise of the stadium (I could be wrong on that).
Anyway, in summary, it's a joke -- at least if you're relying on it as your sole source of the game.
So the postseason one is different from the regular season one?
I've been very happy with the regular season one. It is basically the same broadcast as you would see on cable/dish and you can even choose which feed (home or away) if it is available.
yup. you can still get the audio, but it is a blackout for tv
kyle and mary are right--it's in the fine printhttp://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/subscriptions/po ... d=MLBTVTAB
"Postseason Live Blackout: Due to Major League Baseball exclusivities, during the MLB Postseason, all live games will be blacked out in the United States (including the territories of Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands) and Canada. If you are an MLB.TV Premium Subscriber outside of the United States and Canada, each of these games will be available as an archived game as soon as possible after the conclusion of the applicable game. If you are an MLB.TV Premium Subscriber within the United States or Canada or an MLB.TV subscriber in any territory, each of these games will be available as an archived game approximately 90 minutes after the conclusion of the applicable game. Archived games are not available through MLB.com At Bat.
Postseason.TV: Subscribers to Postseason.TV, available only during the MLB Postseason, will be able to view live alternative video feeds (excluding the broadcast feed) from MLB Postseason games without blackout restrictions.
Live Audio of those games subject to the blackout restrictions reflected above is available as part of any MLB.TV subscription, as part of MLB.com Gameday Audio.
OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA
No blackout restrictions apply.
All blackout restrictions described herein are determined by Major League Baseball, in its sole discretion, and are subject to change."