MLB At Bat Got A Huge Update Just In Time For Spring Training

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The only time I ever really care about Major League Baseball is during the Spring. And that’s only because I live in Arizona, where half of the league’s teams come for Spring training, and I can go watch tons of all-stars play games for cheap.

Whether you love baseball or not, you can certainly appreciate┬áthe amount of work that goes into the MLB At Bat app. It’s got tons of information, video, and photos, and it got a big update just in time for Spring training.

MLB At Bat provides fans with live game radio, television broadcasts, play-by-play service, and more. All that awesomeness doesn’t come cheap though. You can buy a subscription for the high-end TV services of the app, which will cost you $130 per season. Or if you’re fine with just getting radio commentary, you opt for the cheaper, $20 per season subscription.

Some of the features of the update include:

  • Multi-platform live audio access for At Bat 13 subscribers (portable to Mac/PC with a valid MLB.com account)
  • Universal support for At Bat 13 subscribers, accessible on iPhone, iPad and other supported smartphones and tablets
  • Batting, pitching and fielding statistics (iPad)
  • Re-designed individual team pages (iPhone)
  • Updated news section interface (iPhone)
  • Classic games library (iPhone and iPad)
  • Re-architected navigations (iPhone and iPad)
  • Additional push notification options (iPhone)

You can download MLB At Bat for both iPhone and iPad from the App Store for free.

  • MorningZ

    Big fan of MLB’s online offering! One thing the article doesn’t mention: you can watch your team’s broadcast for all away games, a big plus… I have had more luck with the Apple TV app than the PS3 app (less buffering/lag)

  • Derek Schlicker

    Until I can stream live baseball to my iOS device, I’m not interested.

  • BrainGameMayhem

    Until I can stream live baseball to my iOS device, I’m not interested.

    Uh, you can.

  • xforce11

    The iPad app is great. I go the Gameday Audio option. I would love MLB TV but it is just not affordable for a season. I would use it on my iPad and Apple TV. I still would not get to see my Nationals as much as I would like because of blackouts.

  • Derek Schlicker
    Until I can stream live baseball to my iOS device, I’m not interested.

    Uh, you can.

    For $130/yr

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