MLB.com today announced the availability of its 2010 "At Bat" iPhone app, but it is $5 more expensive than last year's version.
The app offers access to live coverage of every Major League Baseball game, including radio feeds and real-time pitch-by-pitch analysis. Additionally, users can view daily clips from MLB.TV, and after each game is over, "condensed" video is available to stream.
The app also offers extensive information on the latest news, season calendars, team info, and up-to-the-minute scoreboards.
The same kind of content was available last year from MLB.com, but the app was only $9.99. This year the price has been upped to $14.99. MLB.com At Bat was the to-selling sports-related app in the App Store last year, according to the baseball Web site.
The 2010 app is available now for iPod Touch and iPhone owners.
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