ESPN says 727 not available in your area, but both teams feeds come in on my EI channels. Neither team is my "home" team.Tom Robertson said:Are you saying you are getting it and don't think you should? MLB EI freeview.
Are you saying you aren't getting it and shouldn't? Can't say about that.
I found that most times that ESPN carries the Mets games it's blacked out and on SNY.willis3 said:Thats the wierd part, I am getting both teams feeds on the MLB channels. Never had a ESPN blackout before.
Several downpours and no rain fade.Hound said:D* was down for the entire evening last night in central NJ with rain fade.
So I watched the game on Verizon CSN Philadelphia. Never checked ESPN. I also get SNY with Verizon and no blackout ever for the Mets.
Last season because of dumb luck I received a call from David Montgomery (Phillies CEO) and we had a 15 minute conversation. If he's to be believed, MLB mandated to ESPN and TBS what the blackout territories would be on their contracts. That's the worst part of the blackout out situation, you're never going to see/hear what MLB's blackout rules are on individual broadcasting agreements.n3ntj said:How on Earth could the Phillies claim Erie (in NW PA)?? That is Cleveland territory. Philly has no right to claim that spot.. over 400 miles away.