MLB.com Press Release
New MLB.com Apps making marks in Apple App Store
MLBAM Places Four iPhone Apps in Free Sports Top 10 Rankings
NEW YORK – Nearly two weeks after they launched, MLB Advanced Media's two newest mobile applications, At the Ballpark and Full Count, remain ranked among the top 10 free sports iPhone apps in the Apple App Store, joining mainstays At Bat and Beat The Streak presented by Scotts. These apps give MLBAM four ranked among the top 10 for iPhone, the highest total for any sports property.
MLB.com At the Ballpark (5th)
The official in-ballpark app allows fans to personalize their trips to any of the 30 Major League ballparks. Fans can check-in with the iPhone app to get exclusive offers and rewards as well as social media, maps, concession menus and mobile food ordering in select ballparks. It also features a check-in history to track games attended, ballparks visited and team wins.
MLB.com Full Count (8th iPhone; 6th iPad)
Full Count, a single app for iPhone and iPad, delivers live Major League Baseball video streaming content channels, including the daily live offering of live look-ins and highlights from every game produced and powered by MLB.com in partnership with Yahoo! Sports.
MLB.com Beat the Streak presented by Scotts (6th)
MLB.com Beat the Streak presented by Scotts allows fantasy baseball players to manage their daily picks on-the-go as they strive to best baseball's all-time consecutive games hitting streak and claim its $5.6 million grand prize. Beat the Streak presented by Scotts introduced new ways to play in 2012, including Double Down and Facebook Connect, and is being played by hundreds of thousands of users per day.
MLB.com At Bat (1st iPhone & iPad)
As announced last week, the App Store's #1 sports app of all-time, At Bat, is off to a record-setting start this season with fans accessing over 800,000 live audio and video streams on average per day. At Bat, as a single app for iPhone and iPad, has remained entrenched in the top spot for each device.
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