Major league baseball – at the airport

Obsessed with baseball – or at least interested enough in the game to invest $4 in watching a game when you’re stuck at the airport?

Boingo Wireless has inked a deal with MLB.TV to offer a four-hour, $4 pass for an “Airport Edition” of the games.

Baseball fans who are Boingo subscribers can buy the pass at 23 different airports and use their phones or laptops to watch any Division Series or American League Championship Series game – live – without blackout restrictions. The pass also offers access to regular season or postseason games from the archives on-demand.

Some restrictions apply – you need to be a subscriber – but there are pay-as-you-go-plans.

Participating airports are:

ATL-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport;
AZO-Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport in Michigan;
BNA-Nashville International Airport;
BWI-Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport,
DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport;
DTW-Detroit Metro Airport;
EWR-Newark Liberty International Airport;
HOU-Houston William P. Hobby Airport;
IAD-Dulles International Airport;
IAH-George Bush Intercontinental Airport;
JFK-John F. Kennedy International Airport;
LGA- LaGuardia Airport;
MDW-Chicago Midway International Airport;
MEM-Memphis International Airport;
MKE-General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin;
MSP-Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport;
OKC-Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City;
ORD-Chicago O’Hare International Airport;
SDF-Louisville International Airport;
SJU-San Juan (Puerto Rico) International Airport;
SLC-Salt Lake City International Airport;
YYZ-Toronto Pearson International Airport; and,
YOW-Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport.

Now…. who’s on first?

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