MOORHEAD, MN – The American Association of Professional Baseball has unveiled re-branded apps on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store in addition to a streaming integration with Roku and Amazon Fire Stick. This enables fans to watch the game they grew up loving from virtually any television, tablet or mobile device.
Fans with Roku and the Amazon Fire Stick can now stream games directly through those seervies to their televisions or other devices. The re-branded apps found on the Apple App and Google Play stores are user interface updates meaning the functionality of the products meet the same high standards as previous years, but the overall design and branding of the streaming service has been upgraded from previous versions.
“Following the league’s official re-brand in December 2020 and the launch of AABaseball.com earlier this year, the next piece of the puzzle was to continue raising the bar on our streaming assets and offerings to match the quality of our other digital products,” said American Association Commissioner Joshua Schaub. “It was a clear win-win opportunity for all baseball fans.”
Fans can stream every American Association regular season and playoff game of their favorite teams when they’re at home or on the road at AABaseball.tv for just $12.99 per month.
Places you can stream American Association games:
Streaming Site: AABaseball.tv
Apple App Store: Download the App
Google Play Store: Download the App
Roku: Add the Channel
Amazon Fire Stick: Download the App