MLB Audio Coming to Sprint Phones

Aug 09, 2006

(AP) -- Baseball fans will soon be able to use their cell phones to take them out to the ballgame. Sprint Nextel Corp. reached an agreement with Major League Baseball Advanced Media, the sport's Internet wing, to make audio of radio broadcasts available to its subscribers' mobile phones for $5.99 a month.



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