Apparently, the MLB.com whizkids are listening to some complaints. (The link was taken down from MLB.com over night but you can go here.)
Thank you for all the up-beat comments about the new release. We are simply trying to make our application as slow as the sport it covers.
Some performance enhancement upgrades are on the way.
The comments underneath this blog post are mostly just people yelling at each other about not having team chat rooms available.
Checking the archive of the Mets-Cardinals games, it appears that the equipment to provide the always useful information on the "PFx" of pitches wasn't there. I hope people were able to do without it. Actually, the info on pitch speeds and breaks are useful for people after the game is over, but I don't see why you need to know it while the game was going on. Did you ever want to know about the amount of break a pitch had in inches while a baseball game was going on?
But you still can't see both lineups easily. And there is still a big ad in the lower right hand corner that serves to annoy people to such an extent that I would never want to buy the product.
One day, Gameday will have an audio ad that will just blare, "Apply directly to the forehead!" over and over.