MLB.com At Bat 2009 is LIVE

For all the fans waiting patiently for the new version of MLB.com At Bat, we have some good news.  MLB.com At Bat 2009 was officially launched in the App Store last night. The big news is that this year the app includes Gameday Audio, so you can listen to every game with your choice of home or away announcers. And of course it still includes MLB.com’s exclusive Gameday pitch-by-pitch data and in-game video highlights.  Audio broadcasts and full pitch-by-pitch are scheduled to begin on April 6th.

The app costs $9.99 for the 2009 season including the complete postseason and World Series. Here’s the feature set.

  • MLB.com Gameday Audio with home and visiting team broadcasts
  • Real-time scoreboard and complete season daily schedule
  • Game previews with probable pitchers
  • MLB.com Gamaday pitch-by-pitch
  • Box Scores
  • Player Stats
  • Game Summary including play-by-play and Scoring plays
  • In-game video highlights, with detection of network connection for optimal video playback quality
  • Game Wrapups
  • Standings
  • Editorial Video

Purchase MLB.com At Bat 2009 on the App Store today.

6 Comments

How do you set your favorite team in the application?

At Bat settings are located in the iPhone Settings application. Tap the Settings icon to open the application. Scroll down the page until you see MLB.com At Bat listed and then select this item. You will be able to set your favorite team from here.

Why do you restrict to sell MLB At Bat 2009 only on the App Store of US and Canada? It doesn’t include real-time video broadcating, but audio.

MLB At Bat is in effect of blackout rules? I’m in Korea, and I don’t have any US credit cards, can not purchase any item in the U.S App Store.

How do u change the gameday audio station u are listening to?

Is there anyway in a future update you guys could make it so when your streaming live audio the scream and dim like when you listen to music on the “i-pod” side. I used this at work yesterday and it was amazing however it chewed my battery alive b/c the screen had to stay lit up like a Christmas tree, so if it could “go to sleep” and still stream audio that would make this an amazing app.

Is there anyway in a future update you guys could make it so when your streaming live audio the scream and dim like when you listen to music on the “i-pod” side. I used this at work yesterday and it was amazing however it chewed my battery alive b/c the screen had to stay lit up like a Christmas tree, so if it could “go to sleep” and still stream audio that would make this an amazing app.

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