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    I just changed mine to some Alice in chains

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    MLB at bat 2010 right now shows as a free download on my Streak.
    They now have MLB at bat 2011 for $14.95 and MLB at bat lite 2011 for free in the Android Market. I think the lite is for Spring Training. I've loaded it up and I'll check it out during Saturday's game! Baseball!!!!

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    Quote Originally Posted by WebScorpion View Post
    I think the lite is for Spring Training.
    Lite doesn't include audio, just scores and game data.

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    Any word on video on the HTC Incredible yet?

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    Or the Droid X?

    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Bailey View Post
    Any word on video on the HTC Incredible yet?

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boss-Hog View Post
    Or the Droid X?
    http://www.redszone.com/forums/showp...4&postcount=49

    Dear Chris:

    Thank you for your inquiry.

    There is a list of supported Android phones capable of live streaming video of the games. We will be adding more phone to the list of supported devices including the Incredible. The list is as follows:

    Droid
    Droid 2
    Droid X
    HTC Evo
    Samsung Epic

    If you have any further questions please feel free to call our Mobile Customer Support at 1-866-306-5311.

    Sincerely,
    MLB.com Customer Support

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    Awesome...thanks a ton.

    On second glance, this isn't really applicable for me since it requires an MLB.TV subscription and living in Cincinnati, I have no need for that. It is good news for the out of town fans such as yourself, though. Thanks again.

    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Bailey View Post

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    Right on cue, I just checked the Android Market and MLB At Bat 11 is now available.

    Nevermind, I see WS beat me to the punch.

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    I just purchased it and the app confirms the HTC Incredible is now on the video supported list.

    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Bailey View Post
    Any word on video on the HTC Incredible yet?

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boss-Hog View Post
    I just purchased it and the app confirms the HTC Incredible is now on the video supported list.
    :dancingco

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boss-Hog View Post
    Awesome...thanks a ton.

    On second glance, this isn't really applicable for me since it requires an MLB.TV subscription and living in Cincinnati, I have no need for that. It is good news for the out of town fans such as yourself, though. Thanks again.
    You can buy the 14.99 app and get all the live audio(for all teams) and stats provided.FYI blackout restriction do not apply to live game audio.In Columbus I'm unable to watch the Reds on mlb.tv or my iphone but I alway have them tuned in on FSN.Following all the other action on my iphone or computer is a lot of fun, especially the last few months when the Reds will once again be fighting for a division title and playoff birth!!!

    edit:it would be nice if mlb or fsn could see how much time my tv spends tuned into baseball during the season.That and the facts that I spend over $100 for mlb.tv and another $15 for the iphone app and also that I make the almost 2 hour trip to Cincinnati 5-10 time a year to watch the Reds and you'd think they'd never black anything out.How much more can I contribute?
    Last edited by Captain Hook; 02-26-2011 at 02:41 AM.

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    lite version working on my tricked out Dell Streak.

    Wooooooooooooooooooooooo!
    Suck it up cupcake.

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    I have my setup ready. FSN+slingbox=happiness

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    Thanks again for everyone's advice in this thread. Today was a perfect example of why my purchase of At Bat 11 has already been well worth it: neither game today against the A's and Angels were on WLW, yet I was able to listen to either one, while at work, on the opponents' feed. I agree with everyone that highly recommended this app.

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    Re: Listening to Reds' Games on an Android Device?

    I ended up buying it today. got to listen to a few innings.

    So if i buy MLB.tv, I'll get to view games on my android phone? They sure imply that on the website.
    Suck it up cupcake.


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