Facebook is reportedly in talks with Major League Baseball to bring alive games to the platform.

The deal — which assembly are anecdotic as 50/50 at this point — could be a boon for the company. Facebook has displayed an access focus on video of late, and a alive deal with one of the “big three” American sports (football, baseball, basketball) absolutely wouldn’t hurt. A Reuters report says the deal would be for one game a week to start — and one we hope that’s more absorbing than the historically ho-hum Thursday Night NFL games found on Twitter.

For Twitter, the advantageous NFL deal is one of few bright spots. The acquaintance left annihilation to be desired, and acicular out what could possibly be the way advanced for the company: live sports and events.

Facebook is in no such danger, but the timing is right. Earlier this month, the belvedere anchored rights to 46 Liga MX soccer games from Univision after a test saw 3.7 actor users tune into a alms match amid English clubs Manchester United and Everton.

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