Top Android Baseball Apps

Award-winning and popular Android baseball apps provide MLB fun

Android Baseball Apps

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Whether the Major League Baseball spring season is just beginning or it's mid-winter where you are, it's a good time to visit Google Play and find out what Android app developers have available for baseball fans. If you're a baseball fan, try out some of these apps. If you are a gamer, Google Play has you covered as well.

All the apps below should be equally available no matter which company makes your Android phone, including Samsung, Google, Huawei, Xiaomi, etc. These apps are not designed for iPhone, but there may be iPhone versions available

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MLB At Bat

MLB At Bat

What We Like

  • Its the official MLB app.

  • Well designed and everything's easy to find.

  • Relevant updates and notifications.

  • Well designed team tracking and schedule system.

What We Don't Like

  • Ads, but they're not that invasive.

  • Notifications can get spammy, depending on your configuration.

No matter what your favorite team is, MLB At Bat gives you all the news and stats you crave. When you can't be near your TV or radio, MLB At Bat gives you the ability to listen to the broadcast of the game wherever you can get Wi-Fi or cellular network access.

From pre-season right through the postseason, "MLB At Bat" is the baseball-lovers dream app.

MLB at Bat is a free app with in-app purchases for additional features.

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Homerun Battle 2

Homerun Battle 2

What We Like

  • Works great on nearly all devices.

  • Fun and simple.

What We Don't Like

  • Not an official MLB game.

  • Ads.

Think you can hit the long ball? Then take your skills online and challenge players from all over the Android world with Homerun Battle 2, a sequel to the hugely popular Homerun Battle. This app pits you against either your best scores or against other players via Wi-Fi or your cellular network.

Homerun Battle 2 is a free download that offers in-app purchases.

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iScore Baseball

iScore Baseball

What We Like

  • Track everything.

  • Great design and baseball theme.

  • Convenient presets.

What We Don't Like

  • Might be overwhelming to new users.

  • Can be slow on older devices.

Stats and scoring are a huge part of Baseball. Whether you're scoring games in your local league or following along with the pros, iScore Baseball allows you to track everything in a convenient interface.

iScore lets you track teams, players, games, and leagues. This app also gives you excellent visuals, including a virtual diamond to plug in players on both teams and follow every aspect of the game.

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MLB Ballpark

MLB Ballpark

What We Like

  • Digital tickets are convenient.

  • Great information about the stadiums.

What We Don't Like

  • Account signup required.

  • Not that useful outside of the ballpark.

Do you go to MLB games? If you plan on attending your local stadium this baseball season, pick up MLB Ballpark. This official app from the MLB helps to make your experience even better with tons of extras.

With MLB Ballpark, you get the added functionality of digital tickets. You also get exclusive offers and content. Depending on your ballpark, you may even be able to order food and merchandise from your seat and cut down on wait times.

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Baseball MLB Live Scores, Stats & Schedules 2019

Baseball MLB Live Scores, Stats & Schedules

What We Like

  • Excellent live updates.

  • Super simple to use.

What We Don't Like

  • Ads.

  • Team tracking could be better.

Get the latest news, scores, and league standings with MLB Live Scores, Stats & Schedules. This app cuts out all the nonsense to deliver you the latest info from around the league without extra junk.

Track your favorite teams or just get the straight stats. There's no sign-up or extra configuration needed to get your real time updates.

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theScore

theScore

What We Like

  • Configure which teams you follow.

  • Excellent real time score and standing updates.

  • Live stat updates for fantasy.

  • Feature packed by easy to use.

What We Don't Like

  • Might be too many notifications by default.

  • It's probably overkill if you only watch baseball.

theScore is one of the biggest sources of sports news on mobile. That's certainly no different for MLB news. theScore provides live real time scoring in addition to news and league standings.

With theScore, you can track your favorite teams and leagues. Depending on your preferences, theScore can send you notifications on your device to alert you whenever something noteworthy happens. This is one of the most complete and powerful sports news apps available.

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Fanatics MLB

Fanatics MLB

What We Like

  • Real official merchandise.

  • Easy to use and navigate.

  • Follow your favorite teams.

What We Don't Like

  • No customer reviews.

  • Redundant with the general Fanatics app.

Fanatics is one of the best places to get official gear from your favorite teams online. The Fanatics MLB app puts you right into the Fanatics MLB shop with the ability to quickly and simply order right from your phone.

The Fanatics MLB app also lets you track your favorite teams, so you can get straight to the gear that you care most about with a single tap.

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GameChanger Baseball & Softball Scorekeeper

GameChanger

What We Like

  • Well designed.

  • Simplified score keeping.

  • Great graphical diamond.

What We Don't Like

  • Requires an account.

  • The tutorial isn't that helpful.

GameChanger is another fantastic way to manage scoring for both baseball and softball. GameChanger takes a simple and straightforward approach to to score keeping, letting you track your team without a ton of setup or mess.

If you'd prefer a more visual score keeping app, this one is the best option. The interface is clean and simple. Its virtual diamond looks great on any screen, and it makes tracking plays and players a breeze.

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Pro Baseball Radio

Pro Baseball Radio

What We Like

  • Real time score updates.

  • Live radio from anywhere.

  • League standings.

What We Don't Like

  • Ads.

  • Only provides scores, not game updates.

When you combine real time scoring updates and actual radio broadcasts from around the league, you get Pro Baseball Radio. Listen to actual radio broadcasts from anywhere while receiving live scoring updates.

Pro Baseball Radio lets you save data by listening to your team instead of streaming the video. It also lets you listen without the usual restrictions of radio. This is an excellent option to get your updates in info in a more immersive way.

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MiLB First Pitch

MiLB First Pitch

What We Like

  • Great way to get into minor league baseball.

  • Easy to find teams.

  • Live score updates and news.

What We Don't Like

  • A bit more detail would have been nice.

  • Can get cluttered and complex quickly while following multiple teams.

The MLB isn't the only game in town for baseball. If you're a big fan of the support, the minor leagues offer a whole new world of possibilities. MiLB First Pitch lets you dive into the minor leagues, either through your favorite big league teams or on their own.

MiLB First Pitch gives you most of the functionality from MLB At Bat and other major league apps but for the minors. It's really a great way to learn about up and coming talent and enjoy a wider baseball world.