In a post on the official MLB.com site the company confirmed the Windows Phone app for the 2014 season is on its way, and should hit the market in March.
The updated app will allow users to follow their favourite players and offers a personalized team experience, a searchable libraries of tens of thousands of video-on-demand highlight clips; and customizable original news reporting and fantasy baseball analysis from MLB.com club beat reporters and national columnists.
It will also offer in-game highlights delivered to At Bat in less than 60 seconds, the free MLB.TV Game of the Day, live statistical overlays such as pitch tracking and an archive of Classic Games and more new video-driven features.
MLB.TV Premium subscribers receive At Bat for free, unlocking the app’s premium feature set. Otherwise MLB.TV Premium is $129.99 a year or $24.99 a month. Fans also may subscribe to At Bat for the one-time annual fee of $19.99, covering the entire season.
Read more about the new app at MLB here.