Now reporting for Spring Training: At Bat 13

Top sports mobile app launched Thursday with multiple new features

Now reporting for Spring Training: MLB.com At Bat 13.

The top sports mobile app in each of the past four years was launched on Thursday by Major League Baseball Advanced Media with a suite of new features across iPhone, iPad, supported Android smartphones and tablets and Kindle Fire -- right in time for those first Major League Baseball exhibition games this weekend.

In addition, At Bat will debut on the new BlackBerry Z10 by Opening Day, as announced in January.

MLB.TV Premium subscribers again may upgrade to At Bat for free, unlocking all premium features. Fans also may subscribe to At Bat for the one-time annual fee of $19.99, covering the entire season through the World Series. iOS users may pay $2.99 per month with the recurring billing offering.

"The At Bat 13 Android app is a great way to follow the Brewers when you live in Little Rock, Ark.," Patrick Reardon said in an email to MLB.com after finding the update in Google Play. "And that includes the ability to listen to Bob Uecker for every broadcast. The pitch-by-pitch information, the team and individual statistics and game graphics provide a comprehensive, realistic feel of the ongoing action. Game video highlights are available on the app within minutes of the play.

"I have a lengthy work commute so it is great to unwind by listening to any ballgame I want by hooking my Droid Bionic to the car radio for the