Infield Chatter Social Network Lets MLB Players Interact With Fans

The mobile app launches with more than 1,000 MLB players as registered users

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The Major League Baseball Players Association launched Infield Chatter, a mobile social network for baseball fans and MLB players.

With the Infield Chatter app, fans and MLB players (who have verified accounts) can share pictures, videos and text to their in-application feeds. Users can follow others to view their future posts on the app’s main feed, and they can also share comments and fist bumps (think “likes”) on posted content.

In addition to sharing and interacting with content, fans can participate in video chats with players and take part in contests and competitions for a chance to win “player-hosted experiences,” autographed items and more.

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