Starting today, you'll be able to watch America's pastime on Chromecast. MLB.TV now supports Google's $35 streaming stick, and fans can start casting games to the TV once the required updates for At Bat 2014 arrive on Android and iOS this afternoon. A premium subscription to MLB.TV is required if you want to stream with Chromecast. The cost of entry isn't cheap at $24.99 monthly or $129.99 for the entire season, but at least that includes your At Bat subscription for watching games (or listening to radio broadcasts) on the go.
Buying in also means you get viewing privileges on a slew of other mobile devices, game consoles, and set-top boxes that offer MLB.TV. Casting also carries the benefit of freeing up your phone so you can track stats and scores elsewhere in the league.