It’s always good to watch more baseball: The independent American Association and Can-Am League are live-streaming games from all ballparks across multiple platforms.
The streaming is part of a partnership with InnovaTV for the 2014 season. Fans can view the games on indpendentprofessionalbaseball.com, which is compatible with desktop and laptop computers; a variety of Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch; and Android mobile devices. InnovaTV is also available on ChromeCast, a Google product which allows direct streaming of a personal computer onto a television.
“We are proud to be the only leagues in all of professional baseball in which all games are televised live and free for fans,” American Association and Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff said. “Over the last few months all 16 clubs have worked diligently to get the equipment ready and technical problems solved so that the games can be aired. The quality of the broadcasts will vary from club to club, but over the next months, working with InnovaTV, we will continue to improve so that our fans can enjoy every American Association and Can-Am contest at home and on the road.”
“We are excited about working with the American Association and the Can-Am League, said Jack Pennington, chief executive officer of Innova TV. “Baseball fans around the world will now have the opportunity to enjoy the high caliber of play these two leagues offer on a host of digital devices.”
Select clubs will also be available on the Roku streaming platform. Roku allows viewers to stream internet-based content on their home television.
There’s a wide variety of choices: The American Association has 12 teams, while the Can-Am League has four, with two expansion teams on the way in 2015.
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