UPDATE: A press release notes that MLB.com will continue to make up to two games per day, the At Bat.TV Games of the Day, available for all At Bat 2009 App subscribers, subject to blackout restrictions.
An upgrade to MLB.com’s At Bat 2009 for iPhone was released today, and it’s a good news/bad news offering.
The good news is, if you are an MLB.TV or MLB.TV Premium subscriber, with blackout restrictions the exception, you will be able to see every game streamed live listed in At Bat for a given day.
The bad news is, if you are not an MLB.TV sub, there will now only be one game a day.
Selecting the “TV” button now on all games (minus the free game of the day) navigates to you an MLB.TV login screen where email and password are requested.
The current update to At Bat 2009 is free.
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