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Now Available: R.B.I. Baseball is a New Mobile Take on the Classic Baseball Game Formula

Posted by Stephen Hall on April 9th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
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R.B.I. Baseball, known as the most popular Baseball game to ever be released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, has received a reboot via the modern smartphone. The original game licensed players from the MLB, and the same is true for R.B.I. Baseball 14, which features 480 of the current lineup of players. You can play the game, with visuals just slightly better than its predecessor, in a variety of modes including season, postseason, and exhibition.

The game features all 30 MLB teams, and you can play an entire 9-inning game in just 20 minutes. It also features easy-to-use "classic" controls, allowing you to control the game with what is basically just two buttons. The game is also very realistic, featuring players whose appearance and abilities are based on real stats. Finally, there is unlockable in-game content such as legacy jerseys that you can unlock by playing season mode.

You can get R.B.I. Baseball 14 on the App Store for $4.99.

MLB.com At Bat Optimized for iOS 7 - Gets a New Look and Adds New Features

Posted by Tre Lawrence on February 26th, 2014
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch
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When we first had a look at MLB.com At Bat in 2012, we surmised that it was a good app to have for every baseball fan. Thus, it's great to hear that the 2014 edition has been optimized to work with iOS 7.

The app has been completely redesigned, and the new elements pay homage to Apple's latest major re-tooling of its OS. The re-design also encompasses the ability to deliver inline video playback, and new league-wide scoreboard functionality for single-tap expansion.

As before, the app allows for two subscription options ($19.99/year or $2.99/month), and content is free to MLB.com Premium subscribers.

MLB.com At Bat is available on the App Store

MLB.com Franchise MVP Takes Players on a Journey From the Minors to the Majors, Uses Mini-Games to Progress Careers

Posted by Andrew Stevens on December 5th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

MLB.com Franchise MVP is a new free-to-play game from MLB.com. It offers players a journey that takes them from the minor leagues to the majors where they can end up playing for one of their favorite teams. It features all 30 MLB teams and 90 MiLB teams, and players will partake in performance graded mini-games to progress their career.

“We built this game to be a fun graft of simulation baseball and player development strategies,” said Jamie Leece, VP of Gaming at MLBAM, in a press release. “The ability for fans to play multiple games in minutes and a full season in an afternoon will appeal to mobile gamers.”

• Make all key decisions to impact on-field play
• Play mini-games such as in-game pitching, fielding and hitting simulated play
• Track progress and team performance
• Earn in-game currency and acquire new gear, facilities and skills

2013 World Baseball Classic App Covers All Your Bases

Posted by Andrew Stevens on March 2nd, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

MLB.com has released a new app to get you ready for the 2013 World Baseball Classic which begins March 2nd. The 2013 World Baseball Classic app features live gameday coverage and video highlights as well as live and archived MLB Network broadcasts of all games.

Features include:

•Live Gameday coverage of all games
•Bracket (iPad only)
•Video highlights
•Live and archived MLB Network broadcasts of all games (available for free to authorized users who receive the MLB Network through participating television providers)

MLB At Bat Update Has You Ready For Spring Training

Posted by Andrew Stevens on February 22nd, 2013
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch
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It's that time again, time for the baseball season to begin. Spring Training games start tomorrow and you can follow all the action by enjoying an updated MLB.com At Bat app on your iOS device. At Bat subscribers ($19.99 full season, $2.99 monthly) will get to enjoy new features like multi-platform live audio, universal support, re-designed team pages and an updated news interface. Also, more features are on the way for opening day.

From the App Store:

New for 2013 (additional features coming Opening Day)
- Multi-platform live audio access for At Bat 13 subscribers (portable to Mac/PC with a valid MLB.com account)
- Universal support for At Bat 13 subscribers, accessible on iPhone, iPad and other supported smartphones and tablets
- Batting, pitching and fielding statistics (iPad)
- Re-designed individual team pages (iPhone)
- Updated news section interface (iPhone)
- Classic games library (iPhone and iPad)
- Re-architected navigations (iPhone and iPad)
- Additional push notification options (iPhone)

Spring Training Is Here, Download MLB At Bat 11

Posted by Chris Hall on February 25th, 2011

There's nothing overtly new about this seasons variety of the amazing MLB At Bat apps, but with baseball season just around the corner, it's now prime time to pick up the app. As an extra treat for those who download early, the MLB will be streaming around 150 spring training games this season as part of the free MLB.tv mobile preview. In addition, each game will receive the same on-air radio treatment and batter-by-batter action that each game gives you during the regular season. Check out the full list of Spring Training goodies:

  • Customize At Bat's home screen to feature your designated favorite team

  • Watch Live streaming of about 150 Spring Training games with a special mobile free preview of MLB.TV

  • Listen to available radio broadcasts of Spring Training games

  • Follow batter-by-batter action for every Spring Training game

  • Enhanced video library archive, searchable by player or team

  • Breaking news, schedules and interactive rosters and players stats for every team
  • For the first time ever I'll get to see my Astros play spring training ball in the Grapefruit League. I'm more than just a little excited.

    For those who had never used MLB At Bat in the past, it is the most amazing baseball game day app that you will ever touch. With the app you can follow any game in the country for free (well, after the app cost), and even listen to the games (you can choose between the home and away broadcast team) over internet radio. Best of all, if you purchase MLB.tv, you can watch each game via live streaming to any iOS device. The additional price ($99+) may seem a bit steep at first, but with well over 100 games going on this regular season, it's a hard deal to pass up for real baseball fans.

    [Source: MLB.com]