There’s a lot to love about the Chromecast, such as its extremely affordable price tag and how it makes it easy to watch your favorite programming from Netflix, Hulu and several other popular sources. Even better, the Chromecast recently opened up its SDK to more developers and we’ve seen a stead trickle of brand new apps.

For baseball fans, however, the Chromecast’s lack of support for MLB.com At Bat has probably been a deal breaker up until now. The good news is that this changes today, as a new update has arrived to the At Bat app, making it easy to cast games over to the big screen.

Of course there is a catch: you’ll need to pay either $24.99 a month or $129.99 for an annual membership in order to have access to an unlimited number of live MLB games. Still, if you are a potential cord cutter looking for a way to get your baseball fix without having a traditional cable subscription, today’s update for Chromecast support is certainly a major win.

To grab the latest version of the app, you’ll want to head on over to Google Play.

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