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Here we see a listing of all of the games scheduled, underway, or completed for Spring Training on March 30th. Go Rockies!
During the season, you'll get up to the minute highlights of every MLB game.
Yes, even during Spring Training you can get the standings... even though they have no relation to how the teams will do in regular season play.
Need to know the details for every baseball park? Not only do you get the measurements to key parts of the field, but who is fielding each position.
I like the player card feature, with every bit of info you could possibly want. This kid was born when I was 26 years old...
This is so cool. You actually see where every pitch goes, how many pitches the pitcher has tossed, who is at bat, and what has happened during the at bat.
If you're a member of the Society for American Baseball Research like I am, you LIVE for stats. The in-game box score is another fun feature of MLB.com At Bat 2009.
If you want to know what happened on the field while you were buying popcorn and a beer, the summary screen gives you the full details.
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