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Apr '10 27

A big Reason for Baseball Fans to buy the iPad

Screenshot2 - MLB At Bat 2010 - Apple iPad AppAs you may or may not know, MLB.com has partnered with Apple to create an amazing application to follow the games of Major League Baseball live. For the new iPad, which is on sale since the beginning of April in the US and will be in stores in Europe at the end of May, they built MLB At Bat 2010.

It follows the path of the similar iPhone app, which brought us live Baseball onto the phone last summer. Now you can experience the same features, but in a revamped design, also on the iPad. You can follow live pitch-by-pitch of MLB games, including location, speed and type. Additionally you receive instant box scores, extensive statistics and player profiles. In updated versions in the future you also will be able to access all the content from MLB.com.

But now to the real exciting stuff. You also are able to listen to the radio feeds from all the games, where you can switch between home and away commentary. Additionally you can watch video highlights from the games. If you are also an MLB.tv subscriber you are even able to see live games on your iPad. If you’re still not sold, just check out the videos of the MLB iPad App we’ve found here.

The MLB At Bat 2010 App doesn’t come cheap and can be bought for $14,99 at the iTunes store.

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