Sports Geekery

Watching Sports on Mobile, Computers, & Gadgets

Watching the MLB Postseason Live on iPad, iPhone, or Android

The 2011 MLB Playoffs are underway and unfortunately those without cable or satellite have limited options.  MLB has made available for those who can’t watch on TV, or just want to supplement their viewing experience. If you need to be on the go and have iPhone, iPad, Android, you can also watch the playoffs on through the MLB At Bat 11 app. ($4.99)  Continue Reading >

Cord Cutters Can Watch the 2013 MLB Playoffs Live Online, Mobile, or iPad with Postseason.TV

Don’t have a TV subscription with TBS and MLB Network but still want to watch the 2013 MLB Playoffs? Postseason.TV is back again for 2013 delivering online streaming alternate angle companion coverage of every MLB Playoffs carried by TBS or MLB Network. Fans with iPads, iPhones, and certain Android devices will be able to port their subscriptions to their devices via the MLB At Bat ’13 app and watch on the go.

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Get NFL Sunday Ticket in 2011 Even if You Can’t Get DirecTV

Yes, you can get NFL Sunday Ticket without subscribing to DirecTV. Last year, Direct TV (very quietly) gave NFL fans who are unable to get DirecTV at their homes a way to get NFL Sunday Ticket online and on certain mobile devices through NFL Sunday Ticket To Go. This season they’ve also added the ability to get Sunday Ticket via your PlayStation 3!

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Watch Every NCAA Tournament Game Live on iPad and iPhone with the March Madness on Demand App

For years the NCAA & CBS have been providing fans every game in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament live online. This season you can also watch for free on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch with the March Madness On Demand App.  This may could be a godsend if your company blocks streaming video or otherwise prevents you from peaking in on the early tournament games.

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