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Is it possible to download complete games from mlb.tv?

Is it possible to download complete games from mlb.tv? And if so, how do I do it? Thanks!

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I don't think so. But since their site has a help/contact us link, why not ask them?

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Response from MLB.tv

I did ask MLB.tv. Their response: "Downloading archived games to viewed offline is not a feature we currently support. We apologize for the inconvenience."

It's possible I didn't phrase my question as clearly as I would have liked. I was wondering if there are any programs or software or whatever, or maybe a website I can go to or something I can download, that would allow me to download games from MLB.tv using the URL of the specific games I want.

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Re: response

If you asked them the wrong question, try again and ask the right one. If they say no again, it is no and pursuing something else would be illegal.

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My concern about not phrasing my question correctly referred to the question I asked here, in the cnet forum. I didn't think of asking MLB.tv directly until you suggested it; I should have been more clearer about that.

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