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MLB starts live streaming games on YouTube for international viewers

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According to a post on the YouTube Google+ page today MLB fans are about to get access to free live streams in addition to highlights and other content. The only catch is the free live streaming, which is limited to two live games per day, will only be available to viewers outside the US, Canada, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.

The updated MLB YouTube page, however, also includes a bunch of new content that WILL be accessible to viewers in all countries. Among them is highlights from regular season MLB games a day or two after airing, as well as “tens of thousands of hours of archived games dating back to 1952, clips from Baseballs Best Classics and Best Moments, and more.”

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