JetBlue fliers, get ready to hear the crack of the bat at 35,000 feet.
Passengers will have free access to regular season Major League Baseball TV on its Wi-Fi-equipped flights, the airline announced on Friday.
That means you'll be able to see a baseball game as it's happening or -- snooze alert for non-baseball fans! -- access 2,500 live and archived games on your phone, tablet or laptop.
Fliers access MLB-TV, which usually requires a subscription, via its mobile app on JetBlue's portal page called the Hub. The free service applies only to flights traveling over the continental U.S.
Live-streaming baseball games add to the airline's entertainment options such as DirecTV, movies and SiriusXM radio.
One word of advice: The service is available only on planes that offer on-board Wi-Fi (which JetBlue calls Fly-Fi), so check your flight before you go. JetBlue says 90% of its Airbus fleet is Wi-Fi enabled and the rest will be equipped by fall.
The airline's Embraer E190 fleet, however, won't be completely Wi-Fi ready until 2016. JetBlue started adding Wi-Fi service to its planes in 2013.