Sirius XM Radio and Major League Baseball on Monday extended their agreement for six additional years — and for the first time, every game will be available to subscribers of both.
"Baseball has been an essential part of our programming lineup and we're very happy to extend our relationship with MLB to deliver the games to our subscribers for many years to come," said Scott Greenstein, SiriusXM's president and chief content officer.
The games will continue to air on XM radios as always. Sirius Radio customers who have either the Premier or All Access packages will join them.
SiriusXM, which has been the Official Satellite Radio Partner of MLB since 2005, will continue to air live play-by-play of every regular and postseason MLB game, as well as select spring training and Spanish-language game broadcasts, through the 2021 season.
It also carries 24-hour coverage of America's pasttime on the MLB Network Radio channel.