This evening I was finishing up at church and remembered that the Twins were playing game #2 of the season tonight. So I pulled up the At Bat app on the iPhone and within seconds I was listening to the radio broadcast of the game that was in the bottom of the 9th with two outs and the Twins were down 3-5. But it was time to head home, so I grabbed my phone and left. The audio paused for a second or two when the phone switched from wi-fi to 3G, but I was able to listen to the rest of the game as I drove home. I was at the last stop light when Alexi Casilla singled with the bases loaded to win the game.
I haven't been able to listen to Twins games regularly since 2001, my last summer in Minnesota. Since then, I have subscribed to MLB's Gameday Audio so that I could listen to the games online. But that was only useful when I was sitting in front of a computer and not doing anything that required concentration. So, not often.
So hopefully this year I'll actually be able to catch some more games than I have been in the past. That will be nice.