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MLB.com's At Bat 2012 app, which we covered at its launch, and which bills itself as "the #1 sports app of all time" and "the official app of Major League Baseball," has seen a rather significant price reduction, recently sliding from $14.99 to just $9.99 in the Play Store.

The app, for those baseball fans who have until now not discovered this gem, is essentially a one-stop source for mobile updates and supplemental media related to games both in progress and those that are already over. Offering radio broadcasts, free "Game of the Day" video, and in-progress video highlights, this app is definitely a must-have for fans of MLB.

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Besides all that, the app gives general news, current standings, rosters, and stats on top of a customizable home screen and handy widget. Considering the app is on sale, those who have made it this far in the season without MLB At Bat '12 would be advised to check it out. With both phone and tablet support, MLB At Bat 12 makes a great option for those that need an MLB fix while on the go.

It's worth noting that not all devices are supported, so click through the widget below to check the list of supported devices before downloading.

Liam Spradlin
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  • Sean Stone

    I believe they do this every year, and the price reduction generally happens around the All Star break and then typically again before the playoffs. Basically "pro-rating" the app because you need to buy it new for each season.

  • http://twitter.com/jordanlong20 Jordan Long

    Ive bought this for the past 3 seasons. Not the best or most used app, but def my favorite app. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/nonione Claudio Meardi

    have u seen the tablet version of this app? couldnt be greater!

  • paulmess

    the latest mlb at bat update (ver. 1.2.1 released 29june) modified the way the app establishes if you are in a black-out zone. this has caused many problems for subscibers -- and blocked those who used 'gps spoofing' from watching in-market games. if you haven't updated, stay with 1.2.0 -- and read the comments on google-play to see more details on how to reset your phone to receive live video

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