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If you're a baseball superfan like me, your GeekMeter™ has probably been in the red since Spring Training opened in mid-February. And now, with the regular season underway, that geekery has likely increased tenfold. Your GeekMeter™ has been probably pinned for the better part of two weeks. Much to to the dismay of our respective friends and family, this will be the case for the next six months or so. But there's only one way to true geekery, and if you're an entry-level geek who's looking to step it up this year, I thought I'd share a few ways for you to get there beyond just watching games via your local cable provider and heading out to the yard for a few games this season.
Consider this your geekery tool box...
1) MLB.tv Premium
My lady got me the MLB.tv Premium
subscription as an anniversary gift, and while I'm pretty sure it's one of man's greatest technological achievements, I'm also a little scared that having the ability to watch every
game, at any
, by simply gluing my face to my iPhone, iPad, laptop, desktop or Apple TV is going to drive her insane by, oh...May. I'll spare you the hard sell, and let you read about all of the amazing details of the features available in the premium package (DVR, in-game highlights and stats, full game archives, picture-in-picture/splitscreen viewing, etc) on your own volition. I have to say (relationship danger aside) that this is, without question, the best $125 a baseball fan can spend.