Baseball fans with 4K TVs will appreciate the truly quality of their TVs as long as they have access to content in 4K. That’s where AT&T and its DirecTV service comes in. For the second consecutive year, AT&T has promised to bring MLB fans a strong lineup of games that will be aired in 4K. Fans will be able to watch these games live in 4K on DirecTV channel 106.

The first match that MLB fans will be able to view in 4K this season is between the World Champion Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals on April 4th.

“We’re excited to work together again to elevate our MLB Network Showcase telecasts for DIRECTV customers throughout the 2017 regular season,” said MLB Network President Rob McGlarry.

DirecTV subscribers with the Choice package or higher with compatible 4K equipment will be able to watch up to 25 premier MLB games in the best picture format available currently. You obviously need a 4K UHD TV for this to work otherwise it’s of no use.

Up to 25 MLB Network Showcase games will be aired in 4K with the schedule including matches between the Dodgers and Cobs, Nationals and Mets, Cubs and Red Sox, and Yankees and Red Sox throughout the month of April. More game details are available from the MLB Network website.

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