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Get free MLB.tv access during April with MLB.com At Bat app

If you're a baseball fanatic, the MLB At Bat app is a must-have. It's packed with live updates, scores, stats, news, and videos -- and right now there's another great reason to pick up At Bat. Pony up for At Bat and you'll get to enjoy MLB.tv free for the entire month of April. The service streams games in HD to just about any connected device you can imagine, from iPhone to PS3, and even...

MLB At Bat app updated for 2011 season, rocketing up App Store charts

The MLB at Bat app is back for 2011 and as popular as ever. Costing one cent shy of $15 and having been released just yesterday, the iPhone app has already rocketed up to the number 3 spot in the US Top Paid Apps chart. The app lets you pick your favorite team this year, which then acts as your landing page when you fire up the app. You can also watch live streams of 150 Spring Training...

Roku launches Channel Store, bringing web content to your TV

If you've ever considered buying a Roku, the set-top streaming video box for your TV, you've got at least 10 new reasons today. Roku just launched its Channel Store, featuring 10 free content sources. You may have heard of some of them before: Flickr and Facebook Photos are available, as well as music from Pandora, and web shows from heavy hitters like Revision3 and Leo Laporte's TWiT.TV. On the...

Manage fantasy sports teams from your iPhone with Y!Fan

I might be the only writer at Download Squad who's excited about this, but baseball season is just around the corner. That means fantasy baseball leagues are drafting now. Like a lot of sports dorks, my fantasy site of choice is Yahoo. Although they've improved their web interface over the years -- by adding drag-and-drop roster editing, for example -- it's still not fun trying to manage your team...

The Mets have been Rickrolled, fans not particularly happy

Your voices have been heard. And by you, we mean the faceless mob that is the internet, not baseball fans who actually attend Mets games at New York's Shea Stadium. Last week, the team asked fans to vote in an internet poll on the song they'd like to hear during the 8th inning sing-a-long for the rest of the year. And some Digg, Fark, and other users decided it would be funny to write in "Never...

The Squadcast - Episode #2

In this episode, Christina and I catch up with Songza founders Aza Raskin and Scott Robbin to talk about interfaces, the development of songza, and turpentine. Also on the agenda, Major League Baseball gives in and does the right thing, offering free downloads to replace DRM protected tracks they recently orphaned. Have something to tell The Squadcast? Send us mail: squadcast (at symbol)...

Fans shafted as Major League Baseball revokes DRM licenses

The crack of the bat, the smell of the grass and the pain of losing your purchased content to DRM deactivation. In what can only be called the biggest bonehead move since Bill Buckner's error in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series, Major League Baseball has deactivated a DRM license server used to verify your worthiness to play back video of games you purchased online. Due to an earlier decision to...

Joost to carry Major League Baseball playoffs

Besides pumpkin pie and homecoming, the MLB playoffs are one of the best things about autumn. Indeed, when your home team was picked by Vegas to win the division at the outset of the season and they actually do it, the Major League playoffs are even sweeter than pumpkin pie. Enter the Cleveland Indians. Of course, if you're trying to save money like some Clevelanders we know, you may not want to...

Clever 'social sweepstakes' for World Series tickets

With the Fall Classic nearly upon us, Major League Baseball and MasterCard are giving away a trip for four to the World Series. Entering the contest is a bit more fun than signing up for some mailing list or applying for a credit card. Instead, MLB is letting baseball fans create their own team tribute video using MLB-supplied highlight footage, music, and the fan's own voice, recorded by...

Live Baseball on your Mobile Device

cWell this morning while browsing the forums at QUsers.com I saw a posting on a product called Live Baseball Browser and that it would be released for the Motorola Q soon. I checked out the site for the application and they already had it listed for the Q. I downloaded the Smart Phone version from the site and during the install reading the license agreement, I noticed that the registration fee is...