Texas Rangers and LA Angels on Fubo TV

We've got the first full week of Major League Baseball well behind us. So now that everyone's shaken off the rust, it's time to get down to it. And you can do so in 4K resolution this weekend if you're planning on watching the Texas Rangers take on the L.A. Angels of Anaheim (that'll never not sound ridiculous) on Saturday at 4 p.m. Eastern. (That's 1 p.m. local time out there on the West Coast.)

All you need is a free trial of Fubo TV.

And this probably should go without saying, but if you have the chance to watch live sports in 4K resolution, you really should take advantage of it. It's maybe not quite the same difference as when you go from standard-def to HD, but you'll absolutely notice. Fubo has been streaming sports (some, not all) in 4K for the better part of a year now. And while technically it's still doing so in beta, it's also the only place you can get this sort of thing in the U.S.

Fubo TV recently changed up its pricing structure, so let's recap exactly what it is we're looking at:

  • Fubo Standard is "the classic base package." That gets you the same 83 channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR, and the ability to watch two things at once. It costs $54.99 a month.
  • Next is the Family plan. It has the 83 channels and bumps the cloud DVR to 500 hours, and adds the ability to watch on three screens at a time. It costs $59.99 a month.
  • Then there's the Entertainment plan. For $64.99 a month you get the 83 channels, 500 hours of cloud DVR, two simultaneous screens, and throws in Showtime for good measure.
  • And finally there's the new Ultra plan. It bumps you up to the old "Fubo Extra" listings, with all 103 channels. (And it's the only way to get that now.) Plus there's 500 hours of cloud DVR, three screens at once, Showtime, and the Sports Plus add-on. It costs $74.99 a month.

And, of course, you still get a free seven-day trial. So you can basically watch the Rangers and Angels for free in 4K on Saturday — along with everything else Fubo has to offer.



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