DAZN moves into the sports stream workflot order.

Next season, baseball fans will be able to get their Live League Baseball live-in action action corrections and highlight the Fledgling service. DAZN will broadcast a live show every weekday during a new three-year live digital rights deal announced by MLB on Thursday.

Live recordings from in-progress games will be part of the broadcasts. DAZN will also broadcast live weekend shows and offer other MLB content on demand, the service and league say.

The MLB store expands the sports coverage of DAZN (pronounced “da zone”) beyond the current boxing, mixed martial arts, football and cricket coverage.

DAZN can benefit from creating the equivalent of a NFL RedZone for baseball updates that could be an important feature for young athletes who have divested traditional pay-TV packages. More: More: More: Bryce Harper: Why The San Francisco Giants Should Sign Under The Freedom Agent

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John Skipper, DAZN CEO. and MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, Jr., on the right, November 15 in Atlanta. A new three-year deal will allow streaming service to broadcast a nightly live highlights show. (Photo: Adam Hagy, MLB Images via Getty Images)