'MLB At Bat' Updated for 2013 Postseason with Live Multiple Camera Angles, New Information Section

Tuesday September 24, 2013 9:29 AM PDT by Richard Padilla
Major League Baseball has once again updated its MLB At Bat app for the upcoming 2013 MLB Postseason, bringing various new features to enhance the viewing experience of baseball’s playoffs. New features include complete postseason information with live scoreboards and series statuses, as well as the ability to watch multiple camera angles live with the new Postseason TV section within the app. The new section is available for the AL and NL Wild Card, AL and NL Division Series, and NL Championship Series games. The latest update to the app also gives it compatibility with the recently released iOS 7.

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Version 6.4.0
· iOS7 Compatible
· Complete Postseason information, viewable by series with scoreboards and series status. (iPhone, iPad)
· Watch multiple camera angles live with Postseason.TV. Available exclusively for AL and NL Wild Card, AL and NL Division Series and NL Championship Series games. (iPhone, iPad)
· Postseason Sortable Stats section (iPhone, iPad)
· Postseason News Section (iPhone, iPad)
· Updated News and Video Highlights navigation. All content now available through News tab for one-step access. (iPhone only)
· Overall maintenance improvements
The last major update to the app came before the start of the 2013 baseball regular season, which gave the app multi-platform access for subscriptions purchased through the In-App Purchase mechanism featured in MLB At Bat. Current subscribers of the high-end $130/season MLB.tv Premium package are granted access to view all out-of-market video streams and access all radio broadcasts for the 2013 MLB Postseason. The cheaper At Bat 2013 in-app purchase priced at $20/season or $3/month, offers all home-and-away playoff radio broadcasts with no blackout restrictions.

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MLB At Bat is a free universal download from the App Store for iPhone and iPad. [Direct Link]

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Posted: 14 months ago

The whole market blackout makes MLB worthless.


Unless you live in a city different from where your team broadcasts. I'm from LA, but had to live in Houston for a few years. MLB.TV was my best friend for seeing the Dodgers.

Also, it's not particularly difficult to find a proxy service for watching via another country. I'm going to be doing that next season and getting rid of my satellite provider altogether, which is going to save me a lot of money.

¡Viva Los Doyers!
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