MLB At Bat – the #1 app for live baseball all year – returns for the 2018 MLB season with access to everything Spring Training, including live game broadcasts, scores and schedules, breaking news and expert analysis from the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues. At Bat is the official app of Major League Baseball.

At Bat offers two subscription options for its extensive premium features, covering live MLB games from Spring Training to Opening Day to the World Series.
- Yearly recurring fee of $19.99.
- Monthly recurring fee of $2.99.
- MLB.TV Premium subscribers receive At Bat premium features for free.

(NOTE: Additional features and functionality will be available before Opening Day)

-- Watch and Listen Live --
- Access your MLB.TV Premium subscription to watch live video of nearly 300 Spring Training games
- Listen to available live radio broadcasts of Spring Training games (At Bat Premium subscription required)
- Watch 60fps video for unmatched high quality streaming of select live MLB.TV broadcasts and highlight clips (supported iPhones, iPads only; At Bat Premium subscription required)
- Multitasking split view (select iPads)
- Picture-in-Picture streaming for live video and highlights (select iPads)
- Multi-platform live audio access for At Bat Premium subscribers (portable to Mac/PC and to the MLB skill on voice activated platforms with a valid account)
- Universal support for At Bat Premium subscribers, accessible on iPhone, iPad and other supported smartphones and tablets
- Watch MLB Network programming (pay TV authentication required)

-- Follow Your Favorite Team at Spring Training --
- Track batter-by-batter action for every Spring Training game live
- Breaking news, schedules, interactive rosters and player stats for every team
- Sortable batting, pitching and fielding statistics
- Customize your iPhone and iPad screens with MLB Club-branded app icons
- Designated your favorite team to be featured in At Bat’s homescreen, scoreboard, news and video
- Video library archive, searchable by player, team or keyword (iPhone only)
- Classic games video archive featuring dozens of baseball’s legendary games
- Search function for all active and historical MLB player cards (iPhone only)
- Closed captioning for live video
- Get notifications for Cut4’s offbeat short-form content
- Application available in Spanish language, requires device language set to Spanish

Access At Bat Premium for $2.99 per month or $19.99 annually. You will be automatically billed $2.99 through iTunes every 30 days or $19.99 every 365 days until you cancel your subscription. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You subscription can be managed and the auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.

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What's New

Version 11.0

· MLB At Bat returns for the 2018 MLB season with access to everything Spring Training, including live game broadcasts, scores and schedules, breaking news and expert analysis from the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues
· General improvements

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5

737 Ratings

737 Ratings

Crashing after each highlight video


This app crashes immediately after playing every single highlight video clip! As if it wasn't already annoying beyond belief that you are tortured by having to watch the exact same stupid commercial before each and every highlight video clip, now it also crashes for you!!! This app used to be very good but the extreme abuse of awful commercials is insane, and now it's buggy too. I could understand one commercial before watching all the highlight clips for one game, but the same 15 second ad before every single 15 second highlight is unforgivable!!!!!

*** Update: they fixed the crashing after playing each highlight. However, clearly no one at MLB uses their own app because if they did, they would want to throw their phone into a blender. The amount, frequency and repetitiveness of commercials and ads is simply criminal, especially when you consider how much we pay MLB for this service. These ads annoy people to the point of hating their products and swearing to avoid them. If companies only realized that the money they spend to advertise this way is actually counter-productive, they would stop.

App could be awesome and drive revenue


I listen to my own broadcasters all season but when we get to the playoffsI have to listen to the national broadcast. What is this 1980 something?!? I don't care what the national guys have to say and when it's not my team I could see the home town broadcast could get annoying. So I use this app to try and synch up with my tv and listen to the same play by plan and color guys I hear all year. If you could enhance the app to synch with the tv so I could use your app to listen to my guys I would use it all the time and I'm sure I'm not the only one. So national would get the ad revenue from tv advertising and you could start to sell your broadcast to local markets because you would increase your base significantly.
Just add a button to synch with the tv and you'd have something awesome. You could also charge a premium for this because I'd pay at least $10 for the post season to avoid these guys...

Thanks for reading... now back to the cubs and trying to stomach Ernie Johnsons play by play...


Sabor Místico

Originally, receiving MLB alerts was great. News and scores all came at a reasonable pace that allowed you to breathe. However, this season, the number of push notifications has sharply increased to the point where it is practically nonstop. It's as if every major play spawns five or six successive notifications about it; attacking it from every conceivable angle. Postgame alerts do the same.

Besides game time reminders, scores and wrap-ups - and without even signing up for news - you receive an endless stream of commentary, stats, historical comparisons, "W2W4", anecdotes, oddities, merchandising opportunities (on the part of MLB) and so on. It's just a complete barrage of any little thing the MLB can think of to talk about itself and as much of it as it can shovel out. It's absurd and overwhelming and never seems to end.

Let it be our choice whether we receive extra content or not - and how much. Why not group this kind of stuff together and provide it as a separate feature, with a button that we can turn on or off as we choose?


Major League Baseball Advanced Media
168.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
English, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2018 MLB Advanced Media, L.P. All rights reserved.
In-App Purchases
  1. At Bat Premium $2.99
  2. MLB.TV Premium Monthly $2.99
  3. At Bat Premium Annual $19.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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