I live in a fringe regional sports area. For MLB - I am in St. Louis Cardinals territory and Cincinnati Reds territory (I have no idea why this is considered Reds territory). Currently with DirecTV I get the Reds games on Fox Sports Ohio. I get SOME of the Cardinals games on Fox Sports South - the ones that they allow to be mirrored to Fox Sports South. I can get the Cardinals on Fox Sports Midwest if I subscribe to the Sports Pack, but the price is bit too steep. I am a Cubs fan, and that's mostly what I watch, so it's not a huge issue (if I were a Cardinals fan, I'd definitely subscribe to the Sports Pack and wouldn't need Extra Innings or MLB.tv). I am strong considering dropping my DirecTV before next spring. I can get the majority of the Cubs games on MLB.tv. Except for when they play the Reds or the Cardinals. Is there an eloquent solution to this? When I look at Youtube TV or Hulu Live TV, they offer Fox Sports Ohio in my zip code - so I'd get the Reds games. But no Foxsports Midwest. They both have Fox Sports South, so I assume I'd get the same mirrored games on Fox Sports South as I would get with DirecTV. I really don't know if I want to subscribe to a full fledged streaming service just for the Reds games and the off chance that I get an occasional Cardinals game. It would be really, really nice if MLB would just open up MLB.tv and you get every game - regardless of whose territory you are in. Or if Fox Sports Midwest and Fox Sports Ohio had their own streaming options that I could subscribe to. I'm just trying to figure out what some of my options might be before the season starts. Anybody in a similar situation have any insights?