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MLB.com live from 104th World Series in Tampa Bay and Philadelphia

Multi-platform presentation brings fans closer to the Fall Classic action
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NEW YORK -- MLB.com, the official website of Major League Baseball, will offer fans extensive multi-platform content as it chronicles the 104th World Series, featuring the National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies and the American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays.

MLB.com At Bat 2008 - Now Only $0.99
MLB.com's iPhone™ application provides fans the opportunity to follow the 2008 World Series live pitch-by-pitch as well as watch video previews and game highlights. It is available during the Fall Classic for a one-time fee of $0.99 from Apple's App Store on iPhone™ and iPod® touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore/ in the United States, Canada and 19 other countries including Australia, France and the United Kingdom.

Pennant Traces
This running series of reflective content produced by MLB.com takes a closer look at the players, managers, coaches and executives who are helping to make the 2008 postseason memorable.

Gameday MLB.com Live World Series Programming (all times Eastern)
11 a.m.: 2008 World Series Preview - Looking ahead to the Fall Classic with features, news, analysis and pre-game press conferences.

5 p.m.: 2008 World Series Live - Live batting practice look-ins, the latest news and exclusive reports from MLB.com's New York studios and the ballpark.

8 p.m.: 2008 World Series In-Game - MLB.com will follow all of the action with breaking news and updates.

Post-Game: 2008 World Series Rewind - Recapping every game with post-game press conferences, recaps and exclusive reports from the ballpark.

Other World Series content highlights:

• A daily compilation of print stories chronicling each club and the day's events.
• Blogs from Phillies outfielder Shane Victorino and Rays first baseman Carlos Pena.
• Live updates from the Fall Classic on MLBlogs.com.
• Connect with other fans during each Fall Classic game through MLB.com Live Chat.
• Photo galleries featuring compelling moments of World Series present and past.

NEW YORK -- MLB.com, the official website of Major League Baseball, will offer fans extensive multi-platform content as it chronicles the 104th World Series, featuring the National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies and the American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays.

MLB.com At Bat 2008 - Now Only $0.99
MLB.com's iPhone™ application provides fans the opportunity to follow the 2008 World Series live pitch-by-pitch as well as watch video previews and game highlights. It is available during the Fall Classic for a one-time fee of $0.99 from Apple's App Store on iPhone™ and iPod® touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore/ in the United States, Canada and 19 other countries including Australia, France and the United Kingdom.

Pennant Traces
This running series of reflective content produced by MLB.com takes a closer look at the players, managers, coaches and executives who are helping to make the 2008 postseason memorable.

Gameday MLB.com Live World Series Programming (all times Eastern)
11 a.m.: 2008 World Series Preview - Looking ahead to the Fall Classic with features, news, analysis and pre-game press conferences.

5 p.m.: 2008 World Series Live - Live batting practice look-ins, the latest news and exclusive reports from MLB.com's New York studios and the ballpark.

8 p.m.: 2008 World Series In-Game - MLB.com will follow all of the action with breaking news and updates.

Post-Game: 2008 World Series Rewind - Recapping every game with post-game press conferences, recaps and exclusive reports from the ballpark.

Other World Series content highlights:

• A daily compilation of print stories chronicling each club and the day's events.
• Blogs from Phillies outfielder Shane Victorino and Rays first baseman Carlos Pena.
• Live updates from the Fall Classic on MLBlogs.com.
• Connect with other fans during each Fall Classic game through MLB.com Live Chat.
• Photo galleries featuring compelling moments of World Series present and past.