Associated Press: Florida baseball team lists stadium on AirBnB for $1500. “A Florida team is selling people the ‘ultimate baseball experience’ by putting their oceanview stadium up for rent on AirBnB for $1,500 a night. The Pensacola Blue Wahoos says guests will have access to the clubhouse, a large bedroom, the batting cage and the field.”
WVXU: Missing Your Reds? See New Digitized Photos And Instructional Videos. “The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is making the most of its time during the COVID-19 closure, putting its collection online and uploading instructional videos from current and former players.”
CNET: How to watch Korean Baseball Organization games on ESPN without cable. “Baseball is back! On the Korean peninsula. South Korea’s professional baseball league, the 10-team Korean Baseball Organization or KBO, just celebrated Opening Day and the start of its planned 144-game season. With Major League Baseball on hold, ESPN announced it will televise six KBO games per week.”
TIME: Missing Baseball? Taiwanese Games Are Now Broadcasting in English. Here’s How to Watch Live. “In an attempt to raise the profile of Taiwanese baseball, Eleven Sports network is streaming home games for one Taiwanese team, the Rakuten Monkeys, live on Twitter with English commentary—for free. Simply visit the Eleven Sports on Twitter.”
How-To Geek: How to Stream U.S. Sports for Free Online. “The wide world of sports has been mostly postponed for 2020 thanks to the coronavirus. As we all try to flatten the curve with social distancing, some of the most popular U.S. sports leagues are streaming both new and old games for free.” Very extensive, handy for those of you who are missing your sports.
A newly-open archive: Baseball Digest. From the front page: “As fans await the return of Baseball on the field, Baseball Digest has unlocked its archive and made its complete inventory of more than 800 issues from 1942 through 2019 available to baseball fans at no cost online. We hope during these unprecedented times this may, in some small way, help fill the void until we can all return to the ballpark.”
MiLB: Free Preview. “If you are missing baseball like we are, we hope we can spark some cheer in your life by inviting all baseball fans to enjoy a free preview of the MiLB.TV archives, including more than 6,500 games, countless memories and highlights from the 2019 season.”