Phillies fans in the Philadelphia region who have waited for years to watch games on their computers, smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices will finally get their wish this year. The NBC Sports Group announced Thursday that Comcast SportsNet will offer live streaming of Phillies games, plus pregame and postgame shows, beginning on opening day of the 2017 regular season. As of this time, spring training games this year will not be included. You will need to have a cable subscription that includes Comcast SportsNet to watch games. If you are a subscriber to one of those providers, you will be able to watch CSN's authenticated streaming from anywhere in the United States. Access will be through the NBC Sports app streaming platform. It is available for computers through CSNPhilly.com and NBCSports.com, and as an app for the Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows, Roku, AppleTV, and Amazon Fire platforms. Pay-TV providers that carry CSN and should offer access to the streaming service include Comcast, Verizon FiOS, Cablevision, RCN, Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Harron, Lamont Digital Services, and Service Electric.
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