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Cramer has been touting the rise of mobile Web for a while now, but something MLB.com CEO Bob Bowman told Mad Money viewers on Tuesday illustrated just how fast the technology is growing. Bowman said it would be just two years before wireless pageviews for his company outpaced those from PCs.

That's a healthy chunk of the 2.6 billion a year the MLB.com is getting right now, let alone the traffic the site will generate 24 months from now. And there's reason to expect significant growth considering the high-quality services the company offers. Fifteen lives games are steamed each day, and customers have access to stats, highlights and video recaps to boot. So it's no wonder that Cramer called MLB.com one of the greatest examples of what mobile Internet is all about.

But don't just take Cramer's word for it. Watch his interview with Bowman to see for yourself. He told Mad Money about the business, the technology behind it and the key players that make it happen.

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