There are roughly 2400 baseball games in a season, but depending on your TV situation, you only get a small fraction of them. That sucks, especially if you're not in your favored team's home market. Maybe one day we'll be able to order Ă  la carte channels, but until then your best bet for watching your home-away-from-home team is MLB.TV Premium.

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It's a pretty sweet deal—you get to stream almost every single regular season MLB game live, with either the home or away team commentators, in HD quality. All those games stream on the excellent MLB At Bat app as well. If you've got an Xbox, PS3, Roku or Apple TV you can use that to watch games on your television. Usually a season-long subscription to MLB.TV premium costs $115 per year, but here's a link that'll get you the rest of the season for $57, which is half price, and we're not even at the All-Star Break yet. This deal hits solidly under expected price per game (EPG.) That's how you play moneyball. [MLB via 9to5Toys]

Update: I would be remiss to not mention—as many commenters have pointed out—that Major League Baseball blacks out MLB.TV for your home teams and all national games.

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Update 2: It's dead. Hope you got in while the getting was good!

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• MLB.TV Premium Subscription ($57) | Major League Baseball | Originally $115 | Click "purchase as guest" and you'll see the reduced price.

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Now Is a Terrible Time To Buy A Laptop

But if you need a new computer, Amazon just cut a bunch of Mac prices by $150. Standard configuration Macbook Airs are $100 off, and standard configuration iMacs get a $150 haircut. [Amazon - iMac] [Amazon - Macbook Air]

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Accessories

• Kingston Slim 8GB Flash Drive ($5) | Best Buy via Deals Kinja | Originally $10

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• 32GB MicroSD Card ($20) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $30

• Pogoplug Series 4 ($40) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $100

• 1TB Hitachi Portable HD ($60) | fry's via Ben's Bargains | Originally $80

• Seagate 4TB USB 3.0 External HD ($135) | Newegg via Dealmac | Originally $150 | Use coupon code BOOST15

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• 20% off Une Bobine Charging Stand | Fuse Chicken via Cheapskate Blog | =Use coupon code CNET

Miscellaneous

• Fit Bit Zip Wireless Activity Tracker ($48) | Walgreen's via Ben's Bargains | Originally $60 | Use coupon code ZIP20

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• Life Size Cow Sculpture ($1800) | Gilt via Fatwallet | Originally $Priceless

This Is a Silly Coupon Code

Right now Newegg's offering a pretty rare 10% off everything code... at least, it looks like 10%, until you do the math:

$15 off $150 boost15, $30 off $250 boostthirty, $50 off $500 boostfifty

Brilliant! So to maximize this code's discount, you'll want to spend exactly $250.

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• Newegg Codes | Newegg via Hard Forum | $15 off $150 boost15, $30 off $250 boostthirty, $50 off $500 boostfifty

Gaming

PS3

• Injustice: Gods Among Us ($50) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals
• Battlefield 3 ($20) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals
• Mass Effect Trilogy ($40) | Amazon
• Pre-order Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix ($40) | Amazon

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Xbox

• Need For Speed Most Wanted Limited Edition ($30) | Microsoft

• Last Day Twisted Pixel Bundle [LIVE] ($10) | Microsoft

PC

Gamefly |Use GFDMay15
• Crysis 1+2 Maximum Edition+Wars+Warhead [Origin] ($12.74)
• Dead Space 1+2 [Securom and Origin] (8.50)
• Kingdoms of Amalur Complete [Origin] ($6.79)
• Bulletstorm + Syndicate [Origin] ($6.79)
• Dragon Age 1+2+Awakening ($8.50)

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• Tomb Raider Survival Edition [Steam] ($29) | GetGames via Digital Game Deals

• GOG Indie Adventure Sale [DRM-free] | Great games including To The Moon and Botanicula

• Today Only Castle Crashers ($7.50) | Steam | Normally $15

Audio

• Soul by Ludacris Headphones ($76) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $120

Clothing

• 30% off Sperry Topsiders ($60) | Piperlime via Reddit | Originally $80

Dumb TV → Smart TV

• Slingbox SOLO ($80) | Raktuten via Ben's Bargains | Originally $100

Physical Media

• Titanic on Blu-ray ($10) | Amazon via Fatwallet | Originally $20

• True Blood Seasons 1-4 [Blu-ray] ($30/each) | Amazon via Deals

• Gold Box Friday Night Lights Complete Series [DVD] ($40) | Amazon

Digital Media

That MLB deal is really hot.

Laptops

• 15% off Dell | Dell Financial Services via Ben's Bargains | Use coupon code DELL15DELL

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Desktops

• 15% off Dell | Dell Financial Services via Ben's Bargains | Use coupon code DELL15DELL

• Dell XPS 8500 w/ Quad Core i7, Radeon HD 7570 ($725) | Dell via Edealinfo | Originally $1000

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Tablets

• Refurb Nook 7" ($67) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $75 | Use coupon code EMCXRXL52

Screens

• 24" 1080p Sansui HDTV ($210) | Nothing But Software via Edealinfo | Originally $250 | Unfortunate retailer name, no?

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Portables

• Sansa Clip ($24) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $40

Camera

• Sunpak Aluminum Tripod ($25) | Adorama via Dealmac | Originally $50

• Sigma 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM Lens ($650) | B&H Photo via Photography Bay | Originally $700

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Bare Drives

• Western Digital 3TB Red 6GB HD ($136) | Newegg via Dealmac | Originally $150 | Use coupon code AFNJ0763

Apps

iOS

• Carmageddon ($0) | iTunes via Dealmac | Originally $4

• Halcyon ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2

• Ascendancy ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $7

• Mini Display ($10) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $13

Android

• Carmageddon ($0) | Google Play via Dealmac | Originally $2

• Burn The City ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $2

• Solar System HD Deluxe ($1) | Google Play via Appsales.net | Originally $2

Mac

• Desktop Groups ($2) | Mac App Store via Appyfridays | Originally $8

Windows

• Aieesoft Blu-ray Ripper ($0) | Giveaway of the Day via Cheapskate Blog | Originally $10

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Hobomodo

• Free Pedometer and Pet Leash ($0) | Project Pet Slim Down via Reddit | Called the "power of two" pack


Keep up with Kif Leswing on Kinja and Twitter. Check out The Moneysaver for more great tech deals, and deals.kinja.com for even more discounts.

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