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Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by rjm5151, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. rjm5151
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    As far as i know there isnt anything like this right now...but i would love to be able to stream games. I know there is mlb.tv and would be great if that would work on droid


    Anyone to talk to in order to get the balling rolling on new apps...assuming mlb.com wouldnt be a good start.

    I dont know just trying to see if something like this woud be possible.
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    I also would like to see more apps or avenues to MLB
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    Looks like they will have at bat yhe mobile version which has audio and such for android
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    It's only going to be audio, it looks like, but that's fine by me ... for now.
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    /bump

    I would like to see this.
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    I'm a huge baseball fan. I purchase MLB Exta Innings every year. I have Sirius/XM so I can listen to games that arn't being televised.

    Now I understand some people travel. But is it really worth it just for listening? How much are they going to charge?

    Considering that you can follow any MLB game on MLB.com, pitch by pitch for free I just can't see why there's an interest in this. Maybe if it was televised and your a big fan and you travel, yes. But I really don't need this app.

    Or is this another, "because we can" app?:)
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    I had it on a BB last year and it cost like $12 for the season. I also had MLB.TV for the comp so I dont miss games while away from the house. I got rid of the XM because the app on the phone did not fade out every time I went under a bridge, and one month of XM paid for the whole season of Gameday audio. Sometimes I have to work as a medic at a baseball park and it was great while people are searching for the scores during the playoffs and I was listening without missing a pitch. Its really nice and for the minimal cost, it is a must for some. I hope we can get the option to watch games like the I can someday.
    Bring on "At Bat" I am in and feel its well worth the money.
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    yea looks would be really nice if it was video....because my cable company doesn't offer SNY and on mlb.tv online the mets are blacked out(ya that makes sense)....I was hoping this would be one way to have video, having audio will definitely help though.
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    Baseball broadcasts are a classic radio staple. Basketball and football aren't as much fun to listen to, but baseball has long been popular on the radio.

    I actually know some old folks that prefer radio broadcasts to TV. weird eh
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    If the Droid ever gets Flash, you should be able to just go to the MLB.com's full site and use the mlb.tv link from there.
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    MLB.tv runs on Silverlight.
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    Oops, that's right. My bad. Cmon MLB, get us our app!
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    I would love something like this and I may just use the ipod touch to get it since they will be getting an mlb.tv app but I am not sure how many games I can watch without going over my data on Verizon from tethering.
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    Does anyone know whether the MLB Gameday works on the Droid? Is a special app needed?
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    Gameday runs on Flash, but the At Bat App coming out next month will have Gameday built in, as well as streaming audio.
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    I think the site said it would be $9 for the year. Do I NEED it? No. I have MLB.TV, Extra Innings and XM. Nine bucks is a fair price to have audio on my phone. There is plenty else that comes with the app, as well. Easily worth it if you are a baseball fan.
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    I too subscribe to mlb.tv. However there are times when I just can't be home. In tha past, I have relied on Gameday to keep up with things. So, it looks like that will be included in the package, along with streaming audio. That is good enough for me and well worth the $9/yr.
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    Nothing to add except that I'm excited for the season to start.
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