Shortly before a nine-day bench trial was scheduled to start this morning, Major League Baseball settled an antitrust suit alleging it is anticompetitive for Major League Baseball broadcast out-of-market games only as part of a allegedly overpriced all-or-nothing packages.  As part of the settlement, MLB will offer reduced price packages for fans to stream out-of-market games for a single team.  Packages for all out-of-market games will also be discounted.

The case was before Judge Scheindlin.  Our previous coverage of the case is here.

H/T Law360