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Watch baseball's top prospects on MiLB.TV03/20/2014 2:30 PM ET
Minor League Baseball's Opening Day is just 15 days away, which means many of the game's best prospects will be sent to cities across the nation to play for some of baseball's most beloved teams. If you can't be at the park, there's only one way to watch them -- on MiLB.TV.
MiLB.TV offers fans the chance to see more than 4,500 Minor League games, both live and on-demand, for the 2014 season. As many as 70 teams will be streaming their home games this season, which means there have never been more chances to watch Minor League action on your computer or on the go with your iPhone and iPod Touch.
You can subscribe for the full season for just 9.99, or about a penny a game. That's your best value, but you can also sign up for one month of MiLB.TV for 2.99.
If you had subscribed to MiLB.TV last season, you would have seen Yasiel Puig, Xander Bogaerts, Wil Myers and Billy Hamilton before they made national headlines. This season is no different: Of MLB.com's top 25 prospects, 20 will be featured on MiLB.TV this season, three more are expected to start in the Majors and another is injured. In other words, if there's a top prospect in the Minors that you want to watch, there's a good chance you can watch him on MiLB.TV.
MLB.com Top 25 Prospects
If top prospects weren't enough to get you on board, perhaps the Triple-A All-Star Game piques your interest. It's just one of four All-Star Games on the MiLB.TV docket, not to mention select playoff games and the Triple-A National Championship Game.
Interesting in seeing the new ballparks in El Paso or Charlotte or checking out the new uniforms the Akron RubberDucks are sporting? MiLB.TV can take you there, right from the comfort of your living room, desk or iPhone.
If you want to watch the stars of tomorrow today, the place to do it is MiLB.TV. Subscribe now to get Minor League Baseball all season long.