MLB At Bat 2010 Available for Android
The official for Major League Baseball is in the Android Market and the initial response is positive. Although it’s not quite the home run some were hoping for, it’s still a solid offering. The only notable omission we’ve heard complaints about is live video. Much like other Android apps getting ported from iPhone, we expect MLB At Bat 2010 to add features and improvements along the way. You can pick up a copy for your Android phone today at 14.99 out of the market.
Key features of the application:
- Listen LIVE to every regular season and Postseason game
- Follow every pitch with MLB.com Gameday pitch speed and location data
- View realtime box scores and player stats
- Watch game highlights moments after they happen
- Keep up with news from around the league
- Track standings
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