Feb 24 AT 12:07 PM Anthony Domanico 20 Comments

Batter up: MLB At Bat 2011 app now available for $14.99

The 2011 version of the MLB at-bat application is now available on the Android Market for $15, matching the price of the 2010 version. The 2011 at-bat application features a revamped home screen, including home-screen customization featuring your favorite MLB team, as well as a few new features that will be unlocked as we get closer to opening day.

Once opening day comes around, there will be support for live mlb.tv broadcasts for mlb.tv subscribers. A bit disappointing since the full mlb.tv service supports live spring training games, but being able to watch baseball on the go for the next six months is really awesome.

The At Bat 2011 application does require Android 2.1 and above, and is now available on the market for $14.99. ┬áThere is also a lite version that doesn’t seem to feature live audio, which is standard on the premium application.

If you’re a baseball fan, this app is hands down a must-have. We’ll get a review up once all the 2011 features are unlocked.

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