The MLB.com At Bat application for iOS and Android was updated with a major feature all baseball fans are going to want to pay attention to: the application will be able to stream every live World Series game this year, in addition to “select other Postseason games.” All that’s required is an MLB.TV Premium subscription and a compatible device. That’s a pretty big deal, especially if you’re a cable cutter and don’t have access to the big games at home, or if you’re getting too old for sitting on a stool at a crowded sports bar.
The app promises live companion coverage featuring up to 10 alternate camera angles for the AL Wild Card, AL Division Series and AL Championship Series,” so you’ll be able to watch the remaining games from a variety of angles. Also of note: MLB.com At Bat was updated with general performance improvements on both iOS and Android, which means it should run better than ever.
MLB.com At Bat is available for $3.99 per season, or $2.99 per month. It’s free if you already pay for MLB.TV Premium. Hit the source to update it now, before Game 1 starts on Oct. 21.