T-Mobile customers get to download the premium version of MLB's At-Bat 13 for free

T-Mobile customers get the premium version of MLB's At-Bat 13 for free
Earlier this year, we told you how a new partnership between T-Mobile and Major League Baseball resulted in some off-field changes with calls to the bullpen now being made over a T-Mobile 4G network. Coaches and managers now use a T-Mobile communications system, including Android powered handsets, when calling to get a certain relief pitcher warmed up.

While that might be great for Major League clubs, what does the partnership have for you, the fan? How about a free download of the premium version of the MLB At Bat 13 app for the rest of the season? That is a $19.99 freebie for T-Mobile customers. While the app is normally a free download, the premium version of At Bat offers the great features that allow many sports fans to call it the best app available for any of the major team sports. The app has to be downloaded between today and June 30th, and if you have already paid for the premium version of At Bat, you are out of luck.

With the free premium version of At Bat, T-Mobile customers will be able to watch the MLB.TV Game of the Day streaming across their screen, or listen to radio play-by-play of every game being played from either the home or visiting team's broadcast booth. Highlights, scores and stats from around the league will also be available the same day. And the app allows you to track games in progress pitch-by-pitch. The free premium download is available to those T-Mobile users with an Apple iPhone 3GS and up, an Apple iPad running iOS 5 or higher, and Android devices running Android 2.2 or higher. Windows Phone and BlackBerry models are not part of the offer.

If you are a big baseball fan and a T-Mobile customer, we cannot stress enough how great this app is as a way to keep track of your favorite team, favorite player and the whole season.

source: T-Mobile via AndroidCentral

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