I would like to chime in on this subject. I have just had problems in my area blacking out St. Louis Games. I am just one measely little county to the East . When you spend $200 or over on a Sports Package every season like I and many other people have there should never be any blacked out games period.
I read all of the 37 threads you started about your Cardinals problem, and I'm glad things seem to be resolved, but you are completely wrong about what you should get for your $200.
You get what the "Package" says you get, and if you don't like it, don't buy it.
Leagues are under no obligation to make all of their product available to everyone.
And you are completely naive if you really believe what you said:
<<<If these teams would just stick to one network and not shuffle around so much it would be alot less hectic for fans and television providers.>>>
These clubs are in business to make money, not to satisfy you individually.
Would I like every game, every night?
Of course, but your whining is not going to change a thing.
One other thing, even though I don't like blackouts, the mere thought of courts intervening in private business practices ought to scare the living S&%# out of you. Watching your favorite team is a privilege, not a right.
Based on your logic, I should be able to sue a California brewery that does not ship their beer to my state.