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MLB.TV Arrives on At Bat 2010 for iPhone, iPod on Monday PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Sunday, 21 March 2010 00:50
At Bat 2010 Video
On Monday, At Bat 2010 users with an MLB.TV subscription will finally be
able to see streaming video

The best thing that ever happened to MLB.com’s “At Bat” app for iPhone and iPod Touch was the addition streaming live video via MLB.TV subscription. The ability to watch games from the mobile platform was a benchmark that every other league has been working toward delivering on a regular basis.

So, when “At Bat 2010” was released just a short hour before Spring Training games started at the beginning of the month, one of the first thing fans zeroed in on was the day pre-season games would available for At Bat. “Mid-March” the message in At Bat said, and here we are about to enter the last full week of the month, and still no streaming games.

On Monday, that will change when iPhone and iPod Touch users (sorry, Blackberry, Android, and Palm users, no streaming video for At Bat, yet) that have At Bat 2010 and an MLB.TV subscription will be able to start seeing games. Remember, there are still those bothersome blackout restrictions, but at least you’ll be warm in knowing the functionality is there almost three weeks before Opening Day. Batter up.



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