You should have a VPN for mobile/web connections as a baseline for security. NordVPN is great/easy to use and looks to be $100 for 2 years right now. Get and make sure you choose Maryland as the state for VPN service or else you'll be outside of the blackout area which would violate the spirit of the blackout feature. This can happen, by the way, if you let NordVPN choose your location by default so be sure to not let that happen.
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"The best reason for using your closer in a tie game? If you hold him for the save, you get, at most, one inning out of him. If you use him in the tie, you quite possibly get two. Sounds crazy? This actually happened once! An ace reliever was brought into a game that was tied 2-2, and he pitched so well in preserving the tie that his manager sent him back out to pitch the next inning. He again held the lead, throwing 26 pitches over two scoreless innings, and later in the game his team scored four runs and won the game in 14 innings. (There was, in fact, no save, because of the final margin of victory.) Who was this brilliant manager? It was Buck Showalter! Who was this ace reliever? It was Zach Britton! Who was the team that failed to score against him two times? It was the Toronto Blue Jays, and it was just two months ago!"
You'll still need a cable plan (with a login) to watch any teams inside your blackout area and iirc you'll only be able to watch the opposing team's RSN (so no MASN).
Your best bet is to get something like Unlocator or adfreetime to get around the blackout.
And I would like to thank Unlocator for the DNS sourced from the midwest, the IT department for not noticing that my personal PC is hogging the company wireless with MLBtv and firing me and Crush davis for a mammoth fucking home run to center.
This game is free on . Unfortunately, this is blacked out in the MASN broadcast area. A free VPN will get you access to it though. Download OpenVPN. Sign up for the PrivateTunnel account that it asks you for. Connect to San Jose, California. Have fun watching the Orioles. If you need any help, just ask.
EDIT: I just found out that there's a 100 MB limit, and i'm already around 90. I'll do some research and get back to you.
Announcer Mark Grace once said that there's a new sheriff in town for the Diamondbacks and it stuck for Reynolds. Also, while on the Mets, Reynolds was given the nickname "Skeletor" because of his lanky build and "Forrest Gump" because of his awkward running style.
177,000 on weekdays, nearly twice that on Sundays, plus countless more online.
It's the 57th most visited newspaper website, ahead of papers in Boston, Miami, Orlando.
FIND THE ORIOLE BIRD, get the family in a picture with him. The kids will love it, he squeaks, and if you're lucky he'll jokingly shove his beak over your head.
Last of all, sit back and relax in the best park with the best fans in all of baseball. We're nice folks that love to chat, you and the wife might get a kick out of the Bawlmer accent if you find the right fan to chat up or if you have a sharp ear. AT&T is nice, I've been there twice, but Camden Yards is the diamond in the crown of new era MLB ballparks.
It's supposed to let up by 7 and then start up again at 10.
I think they'll try and get this one started on schedule so they can squeeze it in to that window.
Me and a fellow A's fan will be commentating live on this game here, we'd love to get some feedback from the opposing team's fans to see if we're being too big of homers.
I did that last semester when I was still in school and it was $78.99 I think. I used it to watch games other than just the Orioles. Over 6 months, it's not a bad deal at all. If you are in the Orioles market though it will black out the game. I use Unlocator to be able to watch the O's.
Last night I ended up parking at Leadenhall Baptist Church. It was $10 to park, and because the lot is so small it was pretty easy to get out of.
i was trying to make an adult book store joke up thread about matching blow for blow, but instead i ended up with a groupon deal for said adult book store.
Here's a solution that works that's fairly inexpensive...
Get a cloud VM setup through DigitalOcean or any similar service (note: from what I've read, Amazon AWS does NOT work for this).
In most cases, the bare minimum plan is sufficient, though data transfer will be the biggest factor to consider. Be sure to choose a region that is NOT in the home territory of the team you wish to view (try to choose a region where your team rarely plays on the road as well). Mine is in San Fran, which is good most of the time, but I do have to deal with blackouts when the O's are in Oakland or SF. You would not want to choose New York, for example, because the O's play there way too often.
From there, you can now do a few things, such as setup the server to host a VPN that you can route through. You'll have to google that. The easiest way, IMO, is to simply use the server as a SOCKS proxy, as described here: http://www.adamfowlerit.com/2013/01/05/using-firefox-with-a-putty-ssh-tunnel-as-a-socks-proxy/
According to ESPN, no...
>Blue Jays spokesman Erik Grosman said the fan was not ejected because he took off before police had a chance to get to him. Police are investigating.
Link to Article
We now have the top wild card spot. I remember reading this article two days ago (when we were 1 game back) and I thought this was funny.
> Orioles can breathe again.
And then a few lines later:
> The Blue Jays will hold on for a wild card, but if they escape that game you have to wonder if the bullpen has the depth and reliability to bring this team to the World Series.
So one team is barely alive as they might make it to the playoffs and the other will hold on but has questions about making it to the World Series. And those two teams were separated by a game?
From China but I've had good success with AliExpress for other jerseys in the past. I got me, my wife, and her kids all a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey from there and they're all great quality. 4 Jerseys for 105 bucks. I also have gotten 3 Carolina Panthers jerseys from there. The blue is a little lighter than the Carolina Panthers blue but it's not a huge difference and considering I paid 75 for the 3 jerseys instead of 100 for 1, it's worth it even if it's not perfect). I knew that going in from reviews though too. Just look around at seller feedback and reviews.
It looks like Hardy, Jones and Bourn are the only ones with success against him.
Who knows. Us relying on JV after a disaster of a game is nothing new, he's always been our stopper. Hope he's up for it again.
I want to like him but.. Stats don't lie.
http://www.espn.com/mlb/player/stats/_/id/31094/wade-miley - Doesn't get any better here.
His lowest era was 4.98
His projected season is 4.98
Yeah, I’ve got a ‘lifetime’ vpn from VPNSecure that I use almost exclusively for . I get free from t-mobile each year, but the blackout rules are ridiculous. They haven’t made any effort to make streaming a viable option. I’m guessing MASN has some 100 year exclusive broadcasting contract for the DMV area or something, with no carveouts for mlb streaming.
Haha nope not hand made. Here it is on Amazon: MLB Baltimore Orioles Field Woven Jacquard Baby Throw Blanket, 36x46-Inch https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CBE7948/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_eNVHvbQ5XJVV6
PS its not very soft. Really just good for hanging on the wall I think.
Here's what I'm using to listen to games, sound quality is really good and it's an inexpensive radio.
Not the person you responded to, but I use the NordVPN app on the Nvidia Shield and it works great. You can check if the appleTV has that app available. I also think NordVPN still offers a free trial.
With NordVPN, you can set it up within the router, (if the router lets you change the settings). I have a spectrum router, I can't access those settings, so I can't vouch for that method. I think the NordVPN site has a list of compatible routers. Something about a tomato is involved.
I also used a DNS service for many years (still have it actually, I use unblock-us), and changed the DNS settings in my router, so I could use it with a roku box without getting blacked out. I know a lot of devices allow you to change the DNS settings with the internet settings (Roku does not), but most the devices I've tried, have worked with the DNS settings into the router, or with the DNS changed in the device settings if they can be changed there. I've run into issues with devices that use GPS. Like my android tablet, or phone for example.
I prefer the VPN with the app. With the DNS, it's cheaper, but if I am hooked to the router with custom DNS, if I want to watch netflix, it detects that I am using a proxy, and wont let me watch anything. So I always had to keep a device off that router for those kinds of things. But the VPN app is really quick to turn on or off, and I haven't had any issues with it since I got the Shield a few months ago.
Sorry for the rant.
They do provide instructions on how to set it up via your router instead of individual devices but I haven't tested it that way - I just set up my PS4 as that's what I use for AtBat.
Unlocator setup guides
I use Unlocator but same deal and highly recommended.
Way cheaper than paying Comcast $120+ to get 1 channel and way better than missing games (well, used to be - I kind of avoid watching them at the moment).
Works OK on my chromebook, but stutters majorly when chromecasting
Odd quirk I found: when using my work laptop (Win10) I can turn on VPN, get the game to begin streaming, then shut off VPN without the stream quitting on me
a few years ago I had success getting and using a VPN (HideMyAss) to make my laptop appear like I was in a different state/country and thus avoiding the blackout restriction. It was a bit difficult to get it working (and keep it working consistently), but I really only was using it to watch opening day while at work. you could always just get a stream as "mynameisbeef" commented for free, but I would be careful as I have gotten malware from illegal streaming sites. Unfortunately there is not an wasy way to watch Os games in the state without MASN, if there was I would cut my cable and use Playstation Vue.
I use Private Internet Access VPN. It's quite a useful service. In addition to getting you around geoblocking it provides encryption for all traffic in and out of your machine. So that hacker at the coffeeshop wifi will ignore you and capture other people's unencrypted traffic.
has a $85-ish plan for a single team. That comes to about $14 a month. If you are in the blackout area you would need to get something like Unlocator (just google it) and set that up. That way you could still watch the games. Maybe for some this is pricey, at the end of the day it comes to about 20 bucks a month, but it's still cheaper than cable.
This is blacked out in the MASN broadcast area. A free VPN will get you access to it though. Download OpenVPN. Sign up for the PrivateTunnel account that it asks you for. Connect to San Jose, California. Have fun watching the Orioles. If you need any help, just ask.
Download OpenVPN. Sign up for the PrivateTunnel account that it asks you for. Connect to San Jose, California. Have fun watching the Orioles. If you need any help, just ask.
I just found out that there's a 100 MB limit, and i'm already around 90. I'll do some research and get back to you.
No worries I kind of am too. YouTube is very helpful! For me the process what kind of a lot. I use NordVPN and Apple TV. Since Apple TV doesn’t have an app to download I also bought a router and had to download a vpn to that router. It was honestly a lot but after I watched some YouTube videos I get most of the games so it was worth it.
I am not sure how it works with a roku or smart tv but you might be able to download a vpn app to your tv and just make it work from there!
You don’t need a computer to use it unless you are creating your own vpn which sounds like way too much for me
I just bought this cheap thing just for birds games and i am not disappointed
I've got but gave up on VPNs, Unlocator DNS, pirated streams. Sure they work but each of the fail often enough that I'd miss the start of games figuring out what I had to do to fix it.
DirecTV Stream is $90/mo but at least the damn thing works. I can use it on my Chromecast and Shield TV.
If you're local, I splurged for this and am happy with it.
Probably depends on the VPN. I use NordVPN to watch BBC shows that only airs in the UK and something that’s streaming on an Australian site. Haven’t tried with MLB myself. But plenty of people here use VPNs to get around blackouts.
Live in Virginia and have cable but MASN isn't available here. I use NordVPN it works fine with a laptop and MLB tv subscription.
Phone won't work for O's games when I'm in Virginia but works great a mile south of me in Tennessee.
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Im not a computer expert, but there is a difference between a VPN and smart DNS for bypassing blackouts. I've used both, but DNS is easier for me IMO. DNS is simply changing your IP, not encrypting it like a VPN. I'm probably not explaining it correctly but thats my understanding. Also cheaper than VPNs. and Unlocator are Smart DNS services, though unlocator offers both.
Its a service that changes your IP address to a different region, so you can bypass blackouts. Super easy to use, look at Unlocator, thats most common one folks use. Its 2$/month plus whatever I paid for like 115$ for the season or something.
Also how did I get downvoted? LOL, must be MASN watching me
NordVPN is not that expensive especially considering how much MLB tv is.
My cable system used to carry MASN 15 or 20 years ago when I was on second shift.
I retired a year and a half ago and I don't want to miss Orioles games anymore.
It makes me so happy to be able to plug in my computer and watch the games.
What is it maybe $150 or $200 a year to get a VPN and subscribe to MLB TV?
A pittance compared to the other stuff I spend money on.
In case it helps, that's the one I've been using. A few more ads than I think is completely necessary at times but it works. Just have to tell it what city to pretend it's in and pay attention to who were playing so you don't jump to another blackout market.
Also, turn the VPN on, and then turn on the MLB app, otherwise it'll still remember the old location. Could be your issue with the Avast VPN as well if you haven't tried that.
I started using a VPN this year and it's been great. I use NordVPN and adjusted the settings to automatically connect to a server in Salt Lake City whenever I turn it on. That way the consistency makes it appear that I live in that area in case MLB TV scans my account. Absolutely do not connect to a server outside of the US and then use another server within the US, that will quickly send red flags to MLB TV.
Yes it works! Live in SWVA and I started using NordVPN with the MLB subscription.
And I live a mile from the Tennessee line!
It sometimes is slow to start and I have to use a Windows device (laptop) plugged into my TVs breakout box to watch on a real TV.
My cable system used to carry MASN years ago when I was on 2nd shift and the Orioles sucked so bad.. Maybe 2008?
How about reading?
Don't let these sway you. As the boyfriend to the daughter of her cop dad, it gets pretty terrifying when her dad says "I have a very certain set of skills". http://www.metacritic.com/movie/taken, http://www.metacritic.com/movie/taken-2
It's really cool. It's built as a $100 printer using the sound card in your computer for axes, and they found a way to make a much, much cheaper resin as the printing material.
Here's the kickstarter as well.
Locked On Orioles covered Valaika on 1/31 about 9 minutes into the podcast with Jake Shapiro.
I have AdBlock, so I do not see advertisements, sorry. Actually I just paused it and looked again. I didn't even realize that Sunglasses guy was an AD. Thought it was content. Maybe it's working then.
I do not like those autoplaying videos either but it appears to be the future. Facebook is now autoplaying user uploaded videos and they're serving 1 Trillion Pageviews Per Month. I'm not sure anyone is designing website for 56k dial up users anymore. They're also not designing around 640x480 resolution.
RSS is dead for the most part. Podcasters still use it but you can't generate revenue giving your content away free. Even Google dumped it. But of course not supporting RSS has nothing to do with design.
I don't understand why you're complaining about scrolling. Did you want him to break the pages up? Why? So you can scroll, then click, then scroll some more? Aren't you still scrolling but now you have to click too? The only legitimate complaints about all that content on one page is browser rendering time and having to scroll back to the top (but of course CTRL+HOME will handle that). Could use some "back to top" links.
I'm not saying it will win design awards but it is wholly adequate. You're being a website snob, which I'm surprised it took me this long to interact with one. I'm not surprised website snobs exist though. :P
It's beer heaven. I'm warning you though 3 times this year now me and some buddies would pregame at max's before the game and ended up just getting hammered and watching it there. All that beer, it's just beautiful to be surrounded by it.
There's a cheap ghetto liquor store two blocks up from the stadium/pickles if you wanna grab a quick mini or two for the game. Unless you got mad NY money then just hit up the center field bar and get a Camden Giant when you're hungry.
Game might not be going as hoped, but if anyone hasn't heard of Greensky Bluegrass, check these guys out. Not trying to hijack the thread, but this at least makes it a bit better... Been listening to this for the past few innings- all you Baltimore folks should check them out next time they're at the 8x10! God damn first pitch swinging!
If you have any backups at all, try accessing them with iExplorer. I lost photos of my dad with Gordie Howe, but when I used iExplorer I could access some of my old backups on my computer and iCloud that were saved and was able to bring them back and download them.
i just bought a generic magnetic card case on Amazon. that's not a real Ripken rookie card btw, just a replica i got for a couple bucks on eBay for the purpose of including in the mounting/framing!
Pretty sure I proved it here, if you can follow the thread.
You’ll want this for your kool-aid:
If you DM me your address I can get them mailed to you. Worried about your health.
To help us get a ton of early Amazon reviews, my publisher made it available for $1 on Kindle until April 8: https://www.amazon.com/Clubbie-Minor-League-Baseball-Memoir-ebook/dp/B08MQ9GBVZ/
You need a VPN. NordVPN and IPVanish are good. It will change the IP address of your device, making it look like you are in a completely different state or country. This will get you around the blackout.
If anyone wants to read about it, I've setup an Amazon Giveaway for Astroball. I set it to generate unique, private links—I don't know if there's a bot for this kind of thing—so just post here if you want one, and I'll PM the link. I got three copies.
Apparently it can take up to 12 hours to finish setting up for some reason, so it might be a little while.
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Same boat brother, as an NC Os fan you can watch via VPN such as TunnelBear, five GBs per month for free. I start the game then after it loads and plays for a few minutes, shut down the VPN to save your remaining usage.
I use Unlocator. With that if you watch on a computer you're all set. It's about $50 a year.
I also have an Amazon Fire TV which requires Kodi (a media center app) and an add on called MLBMC to watch on my TV. Crystal clear HD streams b
What radio are you using? I have this one and the reception is amazing I can pull stations from Upper PA/NJ here in VA with this lil thing. The batteries last forever too in this thing. It's the best cheapest gadget I've ever bought.
Honestly this is the best cheapest highest rated radio. You can't go wrong with this. It's great to listen to games, have around the house, in case of storms etc.