This is part of what is wrong with MLB these days. A lot of times it's easier to be an out-of-market fan for your team than it is to be in-market. I'm an out-of-market Cubs fan. I don't really care what happens with the Marquee Network, because I'll always get the Cubs games either on Extra Innings or MLB.tv. But if you are in market, and your television provider doesn't carry the Marquee Network... you're going to be SOL. I'm in market for Cincinnati and St. Louis. Yet, I don't get the St. Louis games. Some of the St. Louis games are carried on Fox Sports South here. But if I buy the Sports Pack - that allows me the privilege to unlock all of the RSNs I'm suppose to be getting... including Foxsports Midwest (St. Louis). (This means that when the Cubs play the Cardinals, I don't get those games unless they are on Fox Sports South that day) I suppose if I were a Cardinals fan, paying $13/mo for the Sports Pack is cheaper than paying for Extra Innings. But the next carriage dispute where DirecTV shuts off Foxsports Midwest - I'd be out of the game. This is essentially what has happened with Dodgers fans in the LA market. And would potentially happen with Cubs fans in the Chicago market. MLB has stuck their head in the ground on this for years. They wonder why MLB viewership is not growing - and Manfred wants to blame it on lengthy games. MLB needs to take a hard look at markets and what teams hold those markets. Offer an in-market streaming option that isn't tied to TV or something.