Macworld reports that the MLB At Bat application that was demoed at WWDC last week will be sold on the App Store for $4.99.

The application allows baseball fans to get live scores and watch video highlights while the game is still going on.

Our goal is to be on any device a baseball fan carries, MLB Advanced Media VP of Corporate Communications Matthew Gould told me in an interview Wednesday.

The $4.99 pricing, however, is only guaranteed to get you MLB content for the rest of this season. The app may be season specific according to comments by Macworld, though it appears these details have not yet been established.

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