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Review At Bat 2010 iPhone app Review

by March 3, 2010

mLBIf you are a baseball lover, then you will love the options and features available with the At Bat 2010 smartphone app. At Bat was voted the most popular sports iPhone app for 2009 and has been completely updated for this 2010 season.  When it comes to sports iPhone apps, At Bat has got everything.  You can listen to audio streams from games live, as well as watch home or away games live.  This is a mobile way to stay connected to everything baseball.  These live feeds are available for all of the Regular and Post-season games except where blackout restrictions are present.

Throughout the day you will live updates through push notifications, and be able to see up-to-date player statistics and box scores.   If you happen to miss a game then you can access game highlights or condensed reviews of the game.  With access to Gameday, you have the ability to witness every pitch!

If you love baseball, then this iPhone app is a must have.  Don’t wait around for your buddies to tell you the scores and stats from games you didn’t have time to watch.  Stay connected with Major League Baseball on all sides by watching and listening to games live straight from you phone.


  • Even better baseball coverage than the older versions
  • News from around the league, follow your favorite teams
  • Stats about spring training. This included live video and audio
  • There is background audio playback available
  • During the regular season there is improved game video coming to you live
  • Can locate statistics about rosters, team schedules, and player bios throughout the MLB
  • Can get broadcast fees from either Home or Away throughout the regular season
  • There are extra options and features that will be offered during the MLB 2010 season


Overall, it is still one of the best sports apps out there.  Does a great job with the streaming live video and is easy to navigate on.  You get updates of upcoming games from your favorite teams and you can also look at injury and other news reports.  The only problem to this app is that it does not accurately describe the $5 prescription fee for MLB.TV that is included in the price.  This is what makes it one of the more expensive apps out there and it is not really explained very well.  Once you buy the app it will let you know that this is what you payed for.  It still is a good deal for the amount of baseball coverage you get,  but leaving MLB.TV out of it would have also been nice.

Voted 4 1/2 stars by iPhone app users and runs for around $14.99

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Gary Parsons