The end of 2011 was certainly the time when technology and analytics arrived in baseball. From tablets players were using to a new level of Moneyball, along with all the trimmings of social media, baseball 3.0 is probably here for good. So with all that in mind, here are some choices for engaging in baseball in the stands, on the beach, or on the laptop.
MLB.com At Bat (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad: Free, with subscription, Android: Free/$14.99)
MLB.com At Bat is the king of all fan engagement tools. It is also probably the most expensive, but you get everything for live audio streaming to highlights, statistics and news specific to your favorite/chosen ...
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