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T-Mobile steps up to the plate with free MLB.tv passes for subscribers

T-Mobile may have lost its endearing CEO, but the company is still offering up perks to its subscribers every Tuesday. Last year, customers were treated to an annual MLB.tv pass, and T-Mobile is doing the same in 2020. It was supposed to roll out earlier this year, but the pandemic put the offer on pause. However, the company is now stepping up to the plate and announcing that subscribers can start redeeming the free annual MLB.tv promo this Tuesday.

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Google celebrates Independence Day with a baseball doodle game and fireworks in search

Google likes to mark occasions with search Easter eggs (like the Thanos gag for the release of Avengers: Endgame a couple months back) and doodles, and for the Fourth of July this year, it's done both. Searching "fireworks" will fill your screen with a light show, and a baseball-themed Google doodle leads to a fun minigame.

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YouTube snags 13 exclusive MLB games this season

According to a report today by Variety, Google has just made a deal with Major League Baseball to offer 13 games from the 2nd half of the 2019 season on YouTube. The games will even be exclusives to YouTube in the US/Puerto Rico and Canada. Fret not sports fans, they'll be aired for free via the MLB YouTube account, as well as a dedicated channel via YouTube TV.

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Grab your free year of MLB.TV from T-Mobile starting today, March 26 (Updated)

Along with John Legere's sass, T-Mobile customers get a lot of freebies through the carrier's Tuesdays app. One of the most significant of those is the yearly subscription to MLB.TV, and that offer is back again for 2019. You'll be able to take advantage of it on March 26.

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[Bonus Round] DISTRAINT: Deluxe Edition, R.B.I. Baseball 18, Nonstop Guns, Through Abandoned, Spike City, UP 9, and Ramboat 2

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a psychological horror game, baseball simulation, arcade shooter, point and click adventure, platformer, puzzle game, and a side scrolling shooter. Without further ado:

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MLB's At Bat VR app lets you stream live games with Daydream

Major League Baseball (MLB) is no stranger to VR experiences. Now, in what it's calling the "first-ever complete live-game virtual-reality sports experience," you can stream live games through Daydream with the new At Bat VR app. The app aims to combine the experience of watching live on MLB TV while keeping an eye on stats through Gameday on a phone, tablet or laptop.

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[Update: Further information added for clarification] MLB Perfect Inning Live controversially replaces MLB Perfect Inning 16

GAMEVIL Inc. has seen fit to retire their MLB Perfect Inning 16 game in order to replace it with MLB Perfect Inning Live. This means that any and all purchases that were put into PI 16 are now completely defunct. As you can imagine many players of the game who spent the last year (or more as the series has systematically carried over since the release of PI 14) building their teams by spending their time and money on the game are pretty irate.

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MLB.com makes an extremely disorienting Daydream VR version of Home Run Derby

For the uninitiated, the Home Run Derby is an annual competition for Major League Baseball players celebrating the sport's most explosive play. The MLB already publishes an official game based on the yearly contest, a full 3D affair with licensed player likenesses and $100 in-app purchases, for Android phones and tablets. But it looks like they've decided to join the early ranks of developers officially supporting the Daydream VR system.

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ESPN's Fantasy Football app is now 'Fantasy Sports,' includes baseball, basketball, and hockey

Pretty much every media company that has so much as a pinky toe dipped into the sports pool wants a bit of that lucrative fantasy market, and since ESPN is (allegedly) nothing but sports, you can bet they're making a go of it. Previously the Disney subsidiary published dedicated fantasy apps for both football (that's the American kind with the big dudes in armor, not the other kind with the little dudes in shorts) and baseball, but now they're consolidated into a single app, and basketball and hockey can come along for the ride.

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[Deal Alert] T-Mobile's Free MLB.TV Premium Membership Promotion Now Live (Sign-Up Instructions)

We reported a few days ago that T-Mobile, in conjunction with MLB, would be offering a free membership to MLB.TV Premium, their complete live game streaming service, to all T-Mobile subscribers. The promotion (as well as the Major League Baseball season) is now live. Here's what you need to do to sign up.

Start by heading over to this page on your T-Mobile connected phone or tablet. Make sure you are connected to T-Mobile's signal, not WiFi, or else you will get an error message. Once you open the page you will have the option to create a new MLB account, or sign into an existing one.

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