At Bat returns to the Windows Phone Store, updated for the 2015 season

At Bat returns to the Windows Phone Store, updated for the 2015 season
Earlier this year, it looked like Major League Baseball's At Bat app had made its third out on Windows Phone and was gone from the platform. After the app was pulled from the Windows Phone Store, MLB issued refunds to those who had purchased a premium subscription. But it looks like baseball fans using Windows Phone have been able to scratch out a 2-out rally because At Bat has returned to the Windows Phone Store all gussied up and ready to go for the 2015 season, already in progress.

With the Windows Phone version of the app, you can pin your favorite team to the Start page for quick access to information on the squad. You can set up push notifications to alert you to lead changes, final scores and breaking news. Speaking of news, you can arrange for top MLB news to appear on a Live Tile. And the app offers a live scoreboard, standings, stats (how about that Dee Gordon hitting .440?) and more.

While At Bat is free, there is a premium version that offers home and away broadcasts of every game, the ability to watch MLB games on-demand, pitch-by-pitch tracking of every game, live streaming of MLB.TV's Game of the Day and highlights of games still in progress. The premium upgrade costs $19.99. T-Mobile is offering its iOS and Android users a free premium subscription and Windows Phone users on the carrier's pipeline might want to give them a call to see if they will offer you the same deal.

source: AtBat (WindowsPhone) via WindowsCentral
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