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Introducing MLB.com Full Count on Yahoo! Sports

There are few hobbies which can prove more time consuming than baseball. With 162 games per team per year, each one lasting some three hours, a fan would have to sleep something like four hours a day and devote all their waking hours if they wanted to catch all of the action.

However, it's also true that baseball has some of the most down time of any sport--moments when it seems impossible for anything to happen. While that can produce some rare moments of magic, for the most part it's just another weak-hitting shortstop grounding out to third. What we're really after as baseball fans are the big moments. Two men on, two outs, one-run game, full count, here's the pitch.

So how do you maximize your baseball utility? MLB.com Full Count on Yahoo! Sports seeks to answer that question, cutting out the in-between and showing you the biggest moments from the biggest games live as they happen.

Full Count is fully equipped to keep you up-to-date as the season progresses, featuring an embedded Twitter feed for tracking MLB.com insiders, Yahoo! baseball reporters, and expert analysts, and provides you with up-to-the-second stats, scores, news, live expert commentary, and historical footage relevant to the day's action.

Best of all, it's available free on on PC and iOS - from MLB.com and Yahoo! Sports.

Yahoo! Sports and MLB.com Full Count support SB Nation in the never-ending pursuit to know everything that's going on in baseball-a quest that all-new MLB.com Full Count aims to help with live, pause-able, rewind-able video of the biggest plays from around the league, and the hottest news and freshest analysis. All for free. Sign up at yahoo.com/fullcount today!