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MLB.com Press Releases

Sunday, April 19, 2015

  • Fans set new video viewership marks on Opening Day

    MLBAM today announced it delivered a record-setting 60 million live and on-demand video streams to baseball fans on Opening Day, consumed across MLB.com, MLB.TV, MLB.com At Bat and MLB.com-controlled social media channels on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

  • Fans set new mark for At Bat downloads

    MLBAM today announced the MLB.com At Bat mobile app reached the five-million download mark on Saturday, its earliest point in its eight-year history.

  • It's Opening Day ... for your smartphone and tablet

    In preparation for the first pitch of the season, MLBAM has made available the Opening Day updates for its mobile apps to its millions of fans - MLB.com At Bat, MLB.com Ballpark and MLB.com Home Run Derby. Each update currently is available.

  • MLBAM's new tracking technology honored

    MLBAM's new tracking technology, set to debut across all 30 Major League Baseball ballparks for Opening Day, received the highest honor at the 2015 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference when it was presented with the Alpha Award for Best Analytics Innovation/Technology this past Saturday at the conclusion of the two-day event. The Alpha Awards are given to recognize the best use of analytics in sports, as selected by the conference's advisory board.

  • At Bat updated for Spring Training '15

    MLB.com At Bat, the highest-grossing sports app a record six straight years, makes its 2015 debut today with its annual Spring Training update now available for millions of baseball fans on their smartphones and tablets.

  • R.B.I. Baseball 15 back, better than ever

    MLBAM officially announced R.B.I. Baseball 15 will be coming to baseball fans this spring, marking the second edition of the iconic video game franchise as developed for next generation consoles, smartphones and tablets by the NY-based media and technology company.

  • MLB.TV The Original OTT Product Goes On Sale For Its 13th Year

    MLB.TV, media's first OTT live video streaming product pioneered by MLBAM, goes on sale today at the same annual price - three years running - for its millions of subscribers.

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