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OTT TV service adds channel to ‘Core’ plans
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PlayStation Vue, Sony’s OTT TV service, said it launched MLB Network this week in time for last night’s World Baseball Classic semifinal game in between the U.S. and Japan, won 2-1 by the U.S.

PS Vue is offering MLB Network on its “Core” plans that starts at $34.99, and rises to $44.99 per month in certain cities where the OTT service features the live local feeds of major broadcasters (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, and Miami).

The U.S. takes on Puerto Rico tonight for the World Baseball Classic championship, starting at 9 p.m. ET. 

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