MLB.com announced today that that MLB.com At Bat 2009 application developed exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch, is now available from the Apple App Store.
Gameday Audio is now
available for At Bat for
iPhone and iPod Touch
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This season’s MLB.com At Bat will feature the addition of MLB.com Gameday Audio to the dynamic application. Fans will now be able to listen to live audio broadcasts of every Major League Baseball game from Opening Night on April 5 through the final game of the World Series wherever they go and without any blackout restrictions. Each game will offer fans the choice of listening to the home or away broadcasts.
View statistical game data from current, previous and future games.
Follow a detailed pitch-by-pitch game presentation featuring five interactive screens during each of the three game modes: preview, in-game and post-game.
Get real-time, high quality video highlights delivered directly to the iPhone or iPod touch quickly after they happen on the field.
MLB.com At Bat for the 2009 baseball season, including the entire postseason, is available for a one-time fee of $9.99 from Apple’s App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore/
Look for a complete review of "At Bat 2009" for iPhone at the beginning of the regular season
Select Read More to see the At Bat television commercial from 2008
Select the image above to see the At Bat "Game Changer" television ad
(Requires Apple's QuickTime plug-in)
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