The question in the title comes up as it has been nearly a month since Xfinity (Comcast) took Bally's Sports Detroit off their lineup as the two parties are in a dispute over money and the fact that Bally's Sports is in bankruptcy proceedings.

April 30th was the last time Xfinity subscribers saw Detroit Tigers baseball on their TV.  It was a 2-1 home loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.  Less than 3 hours later (midnight on May 1st), Bally's Sports Detroit was blacked out and you saw a purple screen saying that you could no longer see BSD on your Xfinity subscription.

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So Tigers fans (who are Xfinity subscribers like me), are you missing your beloved Tigers yet?  Have you dropped your subscription yet in favor of something else?  Do you go out to your favorite watering hole to watch Tigers games now?

Or have you done nothing and wait for the standoff to end between the two parties?  Because if you do that, you can only see the Tigers on national TV right now (FOX, FS1, ESPN Sunday Night Baseball).

Or do you say "Forget television, I'll just listen to the games on the radio!"

BTW, you can listen to all of the Tigers games on 1240 WJIM-AM and The Game 730 AM WVFN.

According to Bally's Sports, the dispute centers on because Xfinity wants to put BSD on a premium, or higher tier of channels.  And therefore, allow Xfinity to charge more to their customers to watch BSD (and their beloved Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons).

Apparently, the two sides are still talking and working towards a new agreement.  Whether something happens by the end of the summer remains to be seen.

But Tigers fans, what have you done in the interim?  Let us know in the comments...

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