MLB at Bat Gets Updated for Spring Training

The 2017 Major League Baseball season starts in just 40 days and all thirty teams have already reported for Spring Training.  To get you ready for the season and Spring Training, the MLB at Bat app has been updated to keep you in-the-know.  The update is rolling out now so if you already have the app installed, expect the OTA update over the course of the next day or so.  Once you have it, At Bat will give you news, information and the Spring Training schedule for your favorite MLB team.

As is the case every Spring Training, the highlights for your team may be limited as not every game is televised.  But you will be able to keep up with stats and the rosters which always change this time of the year.

I’ve contended for a long time that whether you are an Android user or an iOS user, MLB at Bat is the premier sports league app for mobile devices. It provides a huge amount of information, stats

MLB At Bat Spring Training 2017 Update

MLB At Bat Spring Training 2017 Update

and in-game watching as well as listening to the audio broadcasts for your team.  It is a complete app and anyone who loves The Great Game needs to have this app on their phone.  The app itself is free and there are in-app purchases to give you more content.  That is $2.99 per month or $19.99 per year.

Finally, in this update, you will also be able to get information and scores from the World Baseball Classic which is starting March 6th.

Here are the release notes for what has been updated in this release:

  • Complete coverage from Spring Training in Arizona and Florida, including live game data, available radio broadcasts, breaking news and more
  • Follow the 2017 World Baseball Classic live from March 6-22 (pitch tracking, scoreboards, coverage from every participating country and territory, complete schedule with international time zone support)
  • Expanded data for every player on all 30 MLB Club rosters
  • Redesigned leaguewide scoreboard, introducing inline access to watch video highlights

To give MLB at Bat a try, just download it from the Play Store.

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