Roku have announced MLB.TV Premium streaming for their eponymous HDTV media player. The update – which will be pushed out to all Roku players automatically – allows MLB.TV subscribers to watch live, out-of-market baseball games in HD, together with offering on-demand access to the last week’s worth of games.
All of the games can be navigated directly from the Roku box, rather than requiring a PC to queue them up, and the system offers full play/pause, rewind/fast-forward and resume functionality. The Roku device itself has HDMI, component, composite and S-Video connectivity, together with digital audio output, and can link to your network via either a wired or wireless connection.
The Roku streamer is priced at $99.99. As for a subscription to MLB.TV Premium, that comes in at $34.95 per year or $19.95 per month.
Update: Commenter jstraw points out that $34.95 is the fee for the remainder of the 2009 season; a full season is around $110.