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Introducing Full Count From Yahoo! Sports And MLB.com

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In time for the start of the 2012 MLB season, Yahoo! Sports and MLB.com are rolling out a new instant video product called Full Count. It's the NFL RedZone for baseball (if you know what the NFL RedZone is and who doesn't?); collecting all of the biggest major league moments from major league games, live all season long. Now you can follow along, get the highlights from every MLB game and watch the best plays each day and night from around the majors as they happen. Live look-ins, key plays, big moments and in-progress highlights, as well as statistical data and historical footage relevant to the day’s action. From the start of the season, Full Count will be available as a live stream at Yahoo! Sports, and versions for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) will be available shortly. So coming soon, you can watch Full Count on your iPad, the Nats game on MASN, chat in the gamethread at FBb, and follow our witty commentary on the Twitter.

In addition to Full Count's live footage and highlights, you'll be able to get up-to-the-second stats, scores, news, and live expert commentary, plus DVR-esque functionality to pause live action and rewind in real time to content from earlier in the video stream so you can catch up on prior plays of the day. They even have an embedded Twitter feed for tracking MLB.com insiders, Yahoo! baseball reporters, and expert analysts. You no longer have to miss a minute of the action with MLB.com Full Count – available for free on PC and iOS – from MLB.com and Yahoo! Sports.

Yahoo! Sports and MLB.com Full Count support SB Nation in the never-ending pursuit to know everything that’s going on in baseball—a quest that all-new MLB.com Full Count aims to help with live, pause-able, rewind-able video of the biggest plays from around the league, and the hottest news and freshest analysis. All for free. Sign up at yahoo.com/fullcount today!