MLS Live was added to the underrated AppleTV today, which makes it possible to stream most major sports either directly in the AppleTV interface or by streaming it to a machine. (I know; I do it.)
The addition of live sports to Internet streaming TV pretty much breaks down the last excuse many people have for being a "cable cutter." One of the best services available is HockeyStreams, which provides NHL games, as well as other leagues for under $10 a month. It works on all major devices in HD. It includes archives. Even that is a bit expensive if you consider that a cable TV subscription can be had for less than 5 times that which will get in area games live. For the other 80% of the fee, you wouldn't be able to get everything else that's included. Do the archives justify the price differential?
MLS and NHL are sports that rely in part on innovation to expand their audiences. The NHL was an early leader with Internet packages, but has partially fallen behind. And let's face it, the NHL is the top league in hockey; MLS is better than most say it is, but it's not the best in the world. You can get the top league (whether you think it's Spain or England) for free if you have a cable subscription via the NBCSports and BeInSportLive apps (which of course don't tempt cable cutters at all).
If MLS really wanted to blow the lid off, they would include FREE streams of live games and charge for some of the other stuff, or perhaps a nominal charge payable in small time increments.