Oct 28 AT 7:03 PM Taylor Wimberly 7 Comments

Follow the MLB World Series on your Android phone

I’m going to be real honest with you guys. Tonight I will be watching my San Antonio Spurs vs the New Orleans Hornets.

However, I know a large portion of our readers will also be watching game one of the World Series to see the Yankees vs Phillies. If you are a baseball fan, be sure to check out the MLB.com At Bat Beta for Android. The application is free and can be downloaded from the official mobile site m.mlb.com (or just scan the QR code to the right).

I installed the app and took a few screenshots to share. It looks pretty slick for a beta version. They even have streaming audio for both teams. Check it out and let us know what you think.

[post image vis ESPN]

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  • http://simplyblog.net Miguel

    nice, thanks for sharing guys. :)

  • thelazzyone

    Love the app so far and the streaming is great!

  • http://productiveonceaday.blogspot.com Ed S.

    This is a great app! Thanks for pointing it out. As a displaced fan, I rarely get to see or even hear my team play, so the streaming radio will be awesome.

  • halo0

    The streaming is free? I think they charge you for that online!

  • Jes

    Dude what channel are our guys on? I can’t find it!!

    Nice article on the app, btw. My boss was thinking about getting a Motorola Droid and after I show him that app I know it’ll help his decision. ANDROID FTW!

  • Jes

    Oh this is an old post. Haha juuuuust kidding!!

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