[nfbwatlk] MLB website

Mike Freeman k7uij at panix.com
Thu Feb 28 04:04:21 UTC 2013

Yes. You'll need to go to the MLB Media Center. From there you can access
the Flash-based player to watch MLB TV games or listen to MLB GameDay Audio
using this same Flash player.


Alternatively, there's a link to go to the Accessible GameDay Audio player
page to listen to the games. They're arranged in a table.


Unfortunately, MLB doesn't have a link on the main page that says "MEDIA
CENTER" in huge letters. It ought to and I may write them about this.
However, from the Accessibility FAQ, the following two links should be


.          <http://mlb.mlb.com/mediacenter/index.jsp> MLB.com Media Center.

 <http://mlb.mlb.com/media/player/mpa/index.jsp?c_id=mlb> MLB.com Gameday
Audio Media Center


As I say, from either of these pages, there's an "Accessible GameDay Audio"
link that takes you to a page with an embedded audio player that is probably
what you want and uses less computer resources. I know that on my old 32-bit
machine, the flash player taxed it a bit although on this 64-bit machine, it
just loafs along.


In any event, you'll have to log in. the MLB site usually puts a cookie on
your machine so you only have to log in once but if you can't get things
going, hitting the "log in" link is always a good first step.






-----Original Message-----
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Anyone figure out the mlb website? A.S.


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