Money, money, money! Is what they (Yahoo!) are giving us in part to alert some of you out there to this product of theirs. Good news for you is that you didn't pay any money to read this (specifically, I assume you are paying for access to the internet in general) and you won't have to pay any money to use the advertised product should you decide it is "up your alley" or "stuck in your cul-de-sac" (ew?).
The product is called Full Count provided in some sort of joint MLB.com and Yahoo! Sports venture. It's been billed to me as a sort of MLB version of NFL RedZone, which sounds awesome if you like seeing a bunch of entertaining plays and players. Personally, that really diminishes me tolerance for watching Mariners baseball so I like to avoid other teams as much as possible. Apparently I am in the minority there, just like usual.
Narrative complete, continue below to find a handy list of provided selling points that offer actual marketing-information about Full Count. Or don't. I'm not the boss of you. Although, a few more of these posts and I assume I could buy you off from whomever currently controls your hamster wheel of employment. Then who'll be the Dean? Me. That's who.
With MLB.com Full Count on Yahoo! Sports, fans can...
- Get the biggest major league moments from major league games, live all season long
- Follow along from game to game and experience the most thrilling plays from around the majors as they happen
- Access up-to-the-second stats, scores, news, and live expert commentary
- Follow live look-ins to key plays and pivotal moments and in-progress video highlights, as well as statistical data and historical footage relevant to the day’s action
- Pause live action and rewind in real time to content from earlier in the video stream to catch up on prior plays of the day
- Follow the embedded Twitter feed for tracking MLB.com insiders, Yahoo! baseball reporters, and expert analysts
Don’t 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!