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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 25 March 2010 13:18
At Bat 2010 Video
At Bat 2010 users on iPhone and iPod Touch with an MLB.TV subscription
can now (finally) see streaming video of spring training games

When MLB.com’s At Bat 2010 app for iPhone and iPod Touch went on sale in early March, fans started chomping at the bit for when spring training games were to begin streaming to iPhone and iPod Touch mobile devices. The splash screen for MLB.TV read, “Spring Training games coming in mid-March”.

Well, mid-March came and went, and fans began filling The Biz of Baseball’s in-box with questions on when it would arrive. Over the weekend, a source close to MLB.com said it would be arriving on Monday… Well, for those that have the devices know, it didn’t arrive.

Now, it has (finally).

As of this afternoon, those that own MLB At Bat 2010 and have an MLB.TV subscription can catch games (with no blackout restrictions!). Enjoy, and at least the delay was around spring training games, and not the regular season.

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