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MLB.com At Bat Gets Updated for The 2014 Season, Starts Training for Opening Day

Only 34 more days until the MLB’s Opening Day comes. Although if you are an owner of the MLB.com Android application, you probably knew that. Either way, you will be excited to hear that the MLB.com app recieved an update today with even more upgrades and changes promised to come in the near future. 

Today’s changelog may not be that long, but the two additions are certainly a steal. The first allows users to select more than one favorite team. While this might sound blasphemous to some baseball fans, it is a welcome change for others. The other addition is push notifications to your device for every scoring play of whichever team you choose, and it can be more than one.

These are the changes to the application that are going live today, but there is a list of 10 more additions that MLB.com hopes to add before Opening Day comes around. If you are a MLB.TV Premium subscriber this app comes free of charge, but if you haven’t paid yet you can sign up for the whole 2014 season for just $19.99. Not a bad deal if you plan on using this app to watch your favorite team throughout the season.

The update is rolling out to users now, so check Google Play to see if you can pull it down.

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  • tu3218

    So does this app actually let you watch games live? If so, does it work pretty well for anyone that’s used it? If it allows me to watch games live over 4G, I’d definitely think about it for $20.

  • Dan

    Let’s go yankees! Bringing that 28th world title back to the bronx babaaayy!

  • Tony G.

    The Astros are gonna dominate!!!

    • Pedro

      Uhm, as a Houston resident, the Astros will dominate nothing more than the loss column. And, for the fourth year in a row, I just hope they don’t get worse.

      They… they aren’t good.

      • Tony G.

        i live in houston and it was an obvious joke

  • hldc1

    I’m shocked they didn’t raise the price another $5 for this year. I remember the good ol’ days when the app was a “mere” $9.99.”

  • Drew


    • JBartcaps

      You do realize people don’t do that here? You’ve done it more than anybody else. People actual do it for Samsung or LG products on Moto X articles.

  • sczim

    Can’t wait for my Angels to do some damage this season!

  • Disqus_n00b

    Needs Chromecast support!

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  • monkey082506

    No chromecast support MLB.TV? Add and that would be fantastic! It’d be much better than choosing a second favorite…

  • JBartcaps

    Ayyyy let’s go O’s! And I guess Nat’s as well