Can’t wait for the MLB season to begin? Major League Baseball’s 2014 Grapefruit and Cactus League schedules kick off shortly and MLB.tv subscribers can start watching real live Major League Baseball live online, or through a variety of connected devices.
So you want to catch the MLB Playoffs, but can’t be in front of your TV? Here are your online and mobile viewing options for the 2013 playoffs.
With each Spring, comes a new baseball season. And for the past five years, with each new baseball season comes the MLB At Bat mobile app. We take a look at the new MLB At Bat ’13 for iPad, iPhone, and Android.
MLB At Bat is one of the biggest and most successful sports apps on the market. Earlier this week, MLB.com announced that the app will be available on Blackberry 10 by the start of the 2013 season. Pricing for the app has yet to be announced.
Are you interested in customizing your favorite web browser with a theme of your favorite MLB team? Here’s how…
Want to add your favorite NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, or other sports team to your Google Calendar? Google has made it quick and easy to do with built-in “Interesting Calendars.” Here’s how…
Major League Baseball’s “Hot Stove League” is underway and MLB player moves could be coming fast and furious over the next several weeks. Want to get the latest MLB rumors on trades, deals, and free agent signings on the go? Try the Baseball Trade Rumors app from MLBTradeRumors.com.
The one big drawback to MLB.tv is the blackouts. As part of the new MLB deal with Fox and TNT, one small but significant blackout rule will be lifted beginning in 2014.
Do you get a kick out of predicting upcoming at bats during MLB games? Or maybe just want to supplement your baseball-watching pleasure with an interactive game? MLB PrePlay app for iPad or iPhone may be up your alley.
Some of the MLB’s heaviest hitters will line up tonight in Kansas City to take their hacks in an attempt to become the 2012 Home Run Derby champ. The event will be broadcast live on ESPN at 8:00 PM ET, and available live online through most ISP on ESPN3.com.
So, you’re a baseball fan with an iPad or iPhone and want to enjoy the Gameday style features, stats, and highlights of MLB At Bat app without shelling out the15 bucks? You’ll want to check out the Batter’s Box app.
MLB At Bat 12 released an update late last week (actually two of them since the initial update resulting in user login errors) and among the notable additions is a really nice interactive team calendar.
Can’t get enough news and notes on your favorite MLB Players? You may want to check out The Players Choice by MLBPA app. It’s the official mobile app of the MLB Players association and is available for iPhone, Android, and now the iPad.
My initial thought was “what are the baseball cards guys doing with an iPhone/iPad app?” As it turns out, the Topps Pennant app really has nothing to do with baseball cards, but everything to do with stats, box scores, and the history of baseball as far back as 1952.
As they have in previous years, MLB.tv has been dropping it’s price in-season for both regular and premium subscriptions. As of August 1st, the Premium subscription drops to $49.99, while the regular subscription is down $39.99.