Nothing other than the general admission that it's not ideal.
It would be swell, I think, if the Cardinals were a little more outspoken about this.
Bill DeWitt Jr. is one of the game's most important and influential owners.
This feuding between companies like Sinclair and various cable networks and streaming services is affecting other teams as well.
Baseball at large should be concerned.
Maybe the future answer is MLB starting its own streaming network, but the current TV contracts on the books for various teams still have a long time on them, including the Cardinals.
Losing about 10 percent viewership is no small thing.
What about those ads companies paid for that come with prime exposure on the broadcasts? Like Today's Engel Coolers one behind home plate at Roger Dean? That ad was purchased with an estimate made by the sponsor of the eyes the ad would catch. Well, that number just dropped by roughly 10 percent. That's a different agreement, I would think.
Just one of the many ways the problem spills over.
I'm not the media writer, but I know it's a frustrating thing for many, and I'm sympathetic to those who can't find a good solution. I've said this in the chat before but it's something my dad has deal with in Sedalia. I have another friend who can't get an answer in Columbia. It's bad for the game and the Cardinals (and Blues) brand.