iPad gets Need for Speed and At Bat Video
iPad gets Need for Speed and At Bat Video Transcript
>> Data from last April. Across the top you have our lead scoreboard which allows you to navigate to any of the day's games. On the field, you have our game day pitch tracker which shows you the trajectory of every pitch thrown and you can tap on a pitch to bring up additional details. You can also tap any player to flip open his baseball card, so you can see all the stats relevant to the current game situation. And now with all these great screen space, we can actually show you video highlights while all this is going on so you can replay the game's best.
>> High drive, right-shoulder field, hit it time up in triple valley...
>> And it looks like we have got a man on personnel, so we can take a look at all the action with mlb.tv where you can watch live with your choice of home or away announcers. So, the first thing you will notice is that baseball looks absolutely amazing on this screen. And now, we can enhance it with great live data from mlb.com like the scoreboard, the field, the box score and player cards, all while you watch. So, let's take a look.
>> He is rolling, it's a high drive, left field... ^M00:01:11 [ Music ]
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