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T-Mobile Tuesdays

You’re going to want the next big T-Mobile Tuesdays deal

March 4th, 2017

T-Mobile recently launched a new rewards program, T-Mobile Tuesdays. The idea is to get some kind of gift or freebie every week, normally free movie tickets, a free coffee or free pizza. But to celebrate the restart of baseball season (we assume), T-Mobile is gifting a free subscription to MLB TV to all its customers, …

MLB Net Neutrality Comments

MLB trashes ISPs, doesn’t like the FCC’s ‘fast-lane’ plan one bit

July 31st, 2014

The net neutrality debate is far from over, especially since the FCC is still sorting through more than one million comments on the matter. Quartz reports that one of those comments comes directly from Major League Baseball, which argues against allowing for Internet “fast lanes” despite the fact that its own MLB Advanced Media (BAM) platform could benefit from …

Apple Passbook MLB

iOS Passbook tickets to be utilized by 13 MLB teams this season

February 27th, 2013

Major League Baseball stated on Tuesday that 13 stadiums will accept mobile tickets through Apple’s (AAPL) Passbook app during the 2013 season, an increase from just four last year, GigaOM reported. The Minnesota Twins, Baltimore Orioles, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland A’s, Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers, Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals …

BGR’s Live Like A Genius series: At Bat 2010

April 7th, 2010

If you’re a baseball fan, and seldom find yourself in front of your TV set at game time, Major League Baseball’s At Bat 2010 is a must-have application. Available for Android, the iPhone/iPad, or BlackBerry, At Bat provides, “real-time scores, live audio, in-game highlights and more.” You have the ability to set your favorite …