Spotlight: Classic MLB clips come to YouTube

YouTube will get Major League Baseball game highlights two days after they happen. The clips will be posted to the league's YouTube Channel at youtube.com/user/MLB. Additionally, the league will post "tens of thousands of hours of archived games dating back to 1952," YouTube said on its Google Plus page. Outside the United States, Canada, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, YouTube users will also be able to watch two live games per day during the regular season. Go for the classic games, stay for the vintage ads. Read more

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