Posted by Drew Zeitlin.:
Hello Everybody. It has been over a week since we have updated this diary. We have had a lot of birthdays, graduations, out of town stuff, old friends and other stuff that has limited posting about one of our favorite iPhone apps. It is time to pick up the diary for the MLB.com At Bat 2010 iPhone app once again. Today will be day 59.
With all the things going on we were not able to watch and or listen to very many games. However, we were able to keep up to date with the season with the other features of this iPhone app. We have talked about these features in past posts. The Box Score featured saved many days. It is amazing how much a box score can tell you what happens at a baseball game. At the end of the day or when some free time came available we could check the box score and see what happend in that particular game, it was great. It was like the old days when you only got a box score in the paper the next day. The other feature that really complimented the box score was the in game videos. After dissecting the box scores we would then head on over to the in game videos and see all the highlights of the game. It was great. These were like new days. You could see the overall game in the box score and see the highlights of the game to give you a great sense of what happend and we could do it when we wanted to. Not when the paper came or when the sports came on the local news but when we wanted to or had the time to look at. It was a great feeling. The other feature that we used a lot was the standings feature and you know what that gives you.
The MLB.com At Bat 2010 iPhone app really delivered the goods for us in our very busy time. It looks like things are more back to normal and we will be able to listen and watch some more games. If you like to read all the post of this diary click here and you will be taken to our blog where you will see all the post in order. Till next time.