Major League Baseball is in full swing with these Android apps

Mar 6, 2012
Sports

As the weather heats up, so will baseball season. Catch every score update and news bite, with the help of these Android apps. Whether you’re tracking your home team or managing your fantasy players, there’s an Android app to keep you plugged in anytime, anywhere.

MLB.com At Bat

Updated for 2012 spring traning, MLB.com At Bat is the go-to app for baseball fans. Coming straight from the official app, you’ll get the latest updates from the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues, along with a customized home screen, a home screen widget for in-progress scores and radio broadcasts for spring training games. You can follow the action for every pre-season game, with a searchable archive for video clips, highlighting players and teams. MLB.com At Bat is a one-stop shop for Android users, though you’ll need the full version to access all its features. It’s pricey at $14.99 but well worth it for regular baseball fans.

ESPN Fantasy Sports

For anyone in a fantasy baseball league, it’s spring training for you, too. Get started with ESPN’s Fantasy Sports app, delivering the latest in player, team and league information you need to research before your draft, like the Rookie Reports and recommendations on breakout players. Staying in step with the league, this free Android app lets you manage your team on-the-go, so you can add, drop and trade players as needed. ESPN’s Fantasy Baseball app gives you real-time scores, matchup details, news, videos and tweets from ESPN analysts. There’s message boards for your league, notifications for player changes and all the spring training notes you’ll need.

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