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Did this person get MLB extra innings for free?


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#1 OFFLINE   mainedish

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Posted 22 March 2004 - 04:29 PM

I went to a spring training game with my brother and we talked to someone who said that they ordered MLB extra innings last year and never got billed for it. I can't say if what he was telling me is true. But he said he ordered on Directv with his remote on Ch. 216 and it showed up on his pay per view order guide. His phone line was always hooked up. But he never got billed for it His wife pays the bills and he noticed it when they got ready to order it this year. I have never heard of this but wondering what you all think. The receiver he ordered it on died in January so he threw it out.

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