MLB 4+

The #1 App For Live Baseball


Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


The MLB App is the #1 destination for live baseball video and audio, directly on your iOS device. Watch and listen live or on-demand!


MLB AT BAT | $29.99 annually / $3.99 monthly *NEW*
-- Live game audio for all 30 clubs, PLUS an expanded video offering
-- On MLB apps, watch your favorite team’s Minor League Baseball affiliate games, plus MLB Big Inning, 7 days a week, and the deepest on-demand library
-- On MiLB platforms, subscribers can watch 7,000+ MiLB games across 120 clubs
SINGLE TEAM | $129.99 annually
-- 250+ Spring Training games and your favorite team’s out-of-market games live and on demand
-- Plus access to all of Minor League Baseball

MLB.TV | $149.99 annually / $24.99 monthly
-- 250+ Spring Training games and every out-of-market game live and on demand
-- Plus access to all of Minor League Baseball

**** 2023 FEATURES ****
Don’t forget, we release regular updates throughout the season to bring you new features & functionality. Stay updated so you don’t miss a pitch!

-- The Watch experience has 24/7 personalized programming, curated content collections and the deepest baseball-on-demand video library anywhere
-- MLB.TV Free Game of the Day (subject to blackout restrictions)
-- Watch free in-game, real-time highlights for every game
-- Watch select Minor League Baseball games
-- MLB Film Room: Search millions of videos
-- Picture-in-Picture streaming for live video and highlights
-- Watch MLB Network programming (pay TV authentication required)

-- Access your MLB.TV subscription to watch every out-of-market game
-- Listen to Home, Away and Spanish-language (where available) radio broadcasts live and on demand with MLB At Bat
-- Watch 7,000+ Minor League Baseball games with MLB At Bat
-- Universal audio support for MLB At Bat subscribers, accessible on iPhone, iPad and other supported smartphones and tablets

-- New: Follow specific players for daily video, stats and content tailored to your preferences
-- New: The Home feed is everything you want on one screen: your favorite team’s snapshot, personalized content, tickets and real-time news & highlights
-- Set your favorite team and follow others for a more personalized experience
-- New: Track your favorite team’s game on your lock screen with Apple’s new live activities feature

-- New Browse menu makes it easy to explore, including Prospects, Baseball Savant, Tickets, Shop and seasonal sections
-- New Account management makes it easy to curate your followed player lists, manage notifications and link your subscriptions
-- Enhanced scoreboard tells you where to watch every game
-- Gameday is faster, with real-time performance and a new for Opening Day, an “At Bat detail” view that goes deep with Statcast data and immersive 3D Replays you can easily share
-- Breaking news, schedules, interactive rosters and player stats for every team
-- Sortable batting, pitching and fielding statistics
-- Customize your iPhone and iPad screens with MLB Club-branded app icons

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What’s New

Version 16.24.0

This release we’ve updated the Team Snapshot on Home, which will now display the top performers, allowing you to easily identify which players had the greatest impact on the game.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
167K Ratings

167K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

We were hoping to avoid making baseball puns, but here’s the problem: The MLB app really does knock it out of the park. It’s a great way to preview the day’s matchups, buy tickets to a game, and follow along via live pitch tracking and high-resolution ballpark renderings.

kdwulff ,

The Big Shame about MLB

The real problem with the Major League Baseball app is that you can virtually never see your home team, in my case, my beloved Cincinnati Reds. I kept score of the first 106 Reds games in 1970, the beginning of the Big Red Machine, when they won 70 of their first 100 games. Why can’t baseball be more like the NFL? I saw 20 games at Crosley and then Riverfront before I got a library job while going into the 10th grade. I was 15 years old. Now I’m almost 70 and I’m not going to subject myself to the newest Ballpark, although it’s very nice. What is the harm in being able to watch every move of the very exciting young Reds? The steal of second, third, and home on 2 pitches! by Mr. De La Cruz was the most incredible play I may have ever seen! Who’s losing revenue when I pay my $150 for the radio app?

The Real Big Shame about this MLB app is I cannot watch my Reds!!! Please explain the lost revenue if I were provided with every game, visually & viscerally?

pepperoni318 ,

Used to be good.

**UPDATE** They did the impossible... they made the app worse. You can now NO LONGER search for videos by keywords. This is unbelievable. I PAY MONTHLY FOR THIS APP, and it seems like they are putting all the subscribers money into making the app worse with every update. ALSO.. radio broadcast will just disappear now for large chunks of time, and when it’s running its way behind gameday which will freeze from time to time. Please go back to simplifying the app.. I’m paying the same, but getting so much less now. I’ve been a subscriber for a long time. And up until recently I would have given this app a five star review. This app is garbage now. I’ve watched the quality of the app rapidly decline in recent years. Replays used to load quickly, and be of good quality. Not only do the replays take forever to load, but when they do they are extremely pixelated on even the fastest wifi. The radio function never works. I can listen for a few minutes, but the playback will inevitably fail. When that happens I am stuck watching game day, which is ALSO a mess now. I get that there’s a lot that goes into making this app possible, and when functioning correctly it’s a beautiful thing.. but with all the crazy additions made to make the app “better” they ruined what used to just FLAT OUT WORK.

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  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Linked to You

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  • Purchases
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  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
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