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Fans from out of the Indians' Viewing Area...

How do you do it? What are my options for being able to follow the games. I could get the MLB.tv video package, but that seems pretty spendy. Is the streaming radio any good? Do we always get Hammy, or is it the same as with the streaming video of the games where you get the home team's announcers no matter what?

My dad seems to think I should get satellite radio and listen to that, but I'm not sure I'd use it for anything outside of baseball, and so the expenditure seems excessive, but I would be able to listen to baseball in the car on the rare times that happened, which is a plus.

This is my first year trying to follow the team from out of Ohio and I'm already worried I won't be able to pull it off.

What do you recommend for someone trying to watch the team from out of area who doesn't have a lot of extra cash lying around?

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