News, standings, stats and in-game video highlights are all part of the package along with a pitch-by-pitch tracker for each game in progress. Although At Bat 12 might seem pricey at $14.99, if you eat, breathe and drink baseball, this will be the most worthwhile $14.99 you will spend this year. The app is still in pre-season mode and on April 4th, there will be an update that adds regular season functionality to the software.
This year, Android models only will be able to access an enhanced video library that can be searched by player name, team or keyword. As usual, subscribers to MLB.TV will be able to watch streamed live action over their mobile device and the version of the app for BlackBerry now offers in-game video highlights.
Even if you're stuck with the New York Mets as your favorite team, At Bat 12 brings every game to you via radio or pitch-by-pitch tracking. The app is available in the App Store, Google Play Store, Blackberry App World, Amazon Appstore and will be offered in the Windows Phone Marketplace starting April 4th. Now who expects Jose Reyes to lead the Miami Marlins to the World Series?