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      • It's not like MLB is locking you out of enjoying the content ... you just need to use the aforementioned (love that word! ;)) player instead.

        I'm sure that Microsoft paid a pretty penny for the exclusive rights in this situation, which in a way, you could be thankful for. It helps to subsidize your membership fee, gives the service a renewed stability investment and Microsoft's coffers are ever-so-slightly more diminished.

        Just press play and minimize it in the background ... I don't see what the big deal
        • It's not like MLB is locking you out of enjoying the content

          That is a matter of opinion, and completely beside the point. The agreement I signed up under said I could use Real Player.

          However, I'll note that Windows Media Player simply doesn't work properly. Even if it did, I wouldn't want to use it, because of its horrifically bad EULA.

          I don't see what the big deal is.

          Why should you? All that matters is they broke their agreement.

          It shouldn't interfere with your enjoyment of the content.

          If Mic