All Star week brought all the  brightest stars in the league and now it’s back to the regular season.  Keep up with the 2nd half  of the season with these awesome apps.  You don’t want to miss a thing!!!

MLB At Bat

MLB At Bat has everything you need to keep up with your favorite team this season.  You get league wide scores, news, stats, and play reviews.  The app is free to download in the App Store and Google Play, and if you pay for a subscription you can listen to live audio on game days and watch the “Game of the Day” for free.  You can pay an annual fee of $9.99 for access for the entire season, or pay $2.99 monthly.  In order to watch live video of your favorite team’s game or any out of market game, you will have to subscribe to MLB.TV Premium; which a subscription will cost you either $79.99/year or $24.99/month.  What better way is there to keep up with your favorite team and the entire league than MLB’s very own app?


Watch ESPN

You can have access to every single branch of ESPN with the Watch ESPN app.  Watch live sports and your favorite sports shows without every missing a single beat.  You can watch it all!  ESPN is your go-to for all news, high-lights, and game analysis, and you can now have it right in the palm of your hand.  All the facts and figures for all sports in just one convenient app.  Watch ESPN is free for download in both the App Store and Google Play, although you will need to have a specific cable provider in order to watch live video.

MLB At The Ballpark

If you go to the ballpark, At the Ballpark needs to be your #1 companion.  You can check-in with social media, receive offers and rewards, and even gain access to exclusive content.  Some ballparks even allow you to order food and merchandise from your seat.  The useful interactive concourse map will keep you from getting lost or taking the long way back to your seats.  You can even view food and drink menus with this app.  Download it for free now on the App Store and Google Play.

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