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If you're hankering for the 2010 baseball season to start (go Red Sox!), Major League Baseball has just released the 2010 season edition of its MLB.com At Bat app for the iPhone and iPod touch.
The app allows users to watch or listen live to Major League Baseball games on the handset, view up to the minute scores and player stats and watch in-game highlights and condensed games. The 2010 edition also introduces several new features including Spring Training statistics, breaking news, schedules, rosters, player stats and a searchable video library.
MLB.com is bringing back their At Bat app for the iPhone and iPod touch for the 2009 Baseball season. The new app, MLB.com At Bat 2009 now at $9.99 in the App Store (up from $4.99 in 2008), brings back one of the most popular sports apps, and also adds a few new features that weren't present in the 2008 version, including in-game audio for all Major League Baseball games during this season.
Baseball fans will be interested to know that now that baseball season in the US is coming to an end, Major League Baseball's At Bat app [App Store] has been reduced in price from $4.99 to $2.99. The app will expire at the end of this season, so you'll need to purchase a new one for 2009. [via TUAW]