MLB.com At Bat 2014 Launches On Windows Phone Next MonthFebruary 26, 2014 No Comments
Coming Soon to a Windows Phone near you is the highest-grossing sports app five years running! MLB At Bat 2014 by Major League Baseball Advanced Media for Windows Phone 8 is expected to be available in March! Check out the features coming soon:
- Mobile experience pioneer
Long hailed for introducing features that matter to fans, At Bat reports for live Cactus and Grapefruit League exhibitions with a full app redesign among other new enhancements. You again have access to the core functionality At Bat has pioneered over its first five years, including: personalized team experiences to deliver a linear feed of content for a designated favorite team; searchable libraries of tens of thousands of video-on-demand highlight clips; and customizable original news reporting and fantasy baseball analysis from MLB.com club beat reporters and national columnists.
- The forefront of mobile video
Since it became the first app to stream live video in 2009, At Bat has introduced an evolving set of ways for its millions of subscribers to consume live baseball games. Beginning on Opening Day, MLBAM again will provide blackout free live look-ins, in-game highlights delivered to At Bat in less than 60 seconds, the free MLB.TV Game of the Day, live statistical overlays such as pitch tracking and an archive of Classic Games. New video-driven features being built by MLBAM for 2014 will be announced at a later date.
- Cross-platform accessibility
For the third year, MLB.TV Premium subscribers again will receive At Bat for free, unlocking the app’s premium feature set. MLB.TV Premium is $129.99 a year or $24.99 a month, and signups are underway. Fans also may subscribe to At Bat for the one-time annual fee of $19.99, covering the entire season. Uers may pay $2.99 a month with the recurring billing offering. ith an At Bat subscription, you get multi-platform live audio access for portability to take home, away and Spanish-language audio feeds to desktop and laptop computers.
- Spring Training features
Tuesday’s 2014 launch is just the start, as a further At Bat Opening Day update will be coming in March. You can watch more than 200 Spring Training games live with an MLB.TV Premium subscription. In addition, all the supported devices will let you: listen live to all available Spring Training radio broadcasts; track league-wide scoreboards and batter-by-batter action for every exhibition; get breaking news, schedules and interactive rosters and players stats for every team; and check full-season schedule calendars.
Good news for all those loyal baseball fans! Here’s looking at you Hyde13!