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O2 Czech Republic to show Major League Baseball

Telecommunications company O2 Czech Republic has struck a deal to show North America’s Major League Baseball.

02 TV spokesperson David Solnar confirmed the deal with a post on social networking website Twitter.


The length of the agreement was not disclosed.

Solnar said that O2’s coverage would begin with the Atlanta Braves v Philadelphia Phillies contest on March 28.

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