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MLB At Bat app will for the first time live stream every World Series game, select Postseason games

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MLB At Bat app will for the first time live stream every World Series game, select Postseason games

MLB-app-01The MLB.com At Bat app was up to date immediately alongside a pair notable bulletins together with the league’s plan to live stream every World Series recreation and select Postseason games to all of its MLB.TV Premium subscribers via the app. The 2014 World Series is about to kick off on October 21. 

The launch notes add that the app will now additionally supply “Live Postseason protection for every recreation by way of the 2014 World Series” and a Postseason.TV function with “Live companion protection that includes as much as 10 alternate digital camera angles for the AL Wild Card, AL Division Series and AL Championship Series (TBS broadcasts solely).”

The replace MLB.com At Bat app is out there in the App Store now for iPhone and iPad. Regular $129 for the full yr, an MLB.TV Premium subscription is available to buy now for $3.ninety nine for the the rest of the season, World Series, and postseason. 

What’s New in Version 7.4.2

• For the first time we will be streaming live every World Series recreation and select different Postseason games to all authenticated MLB.TV Premium subscribers
• Live Postseason protection for every recreation via the 2014 World Series
• Postseason.TV: Live companion protection that includes as much as 10 alternate digital camera angles for the AL Wild Card, AL Division Series and AL Championship Series (TBS broadcasts solely)
• General efficiency enhancements


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