With the first exhibition games about to start this afternoon, I downloaded the MLB At Bat app last night onto to my smartphone.
I had Sirius satellite radio for a couple of seasons, which enabled me to listen to the home broadcasts of all the major league games. But I only had access in my car.
Last year I got the MLB app about midway through spring training on the recommendation of a friend and fell in love with it. With all the broadcasts from the home and visiting networks for each game, the app is a fabulous way to enjoy baseball. You can even listen in Spanish – “Adios, pelota!” – for some teams.
I’m not really tempted by the all-access TV package. As much as I love baseball, I don’t have enough time in my life to plop in front of a screen and watch a gozillion games.
I listen to the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics on the radio in my car, and I catch them and a range of other teams on the smartphone while I’m grilling dinner or doing yard work and other chores around the house.
Baseball is the soundtrack for my leisure time.
2 thoughts on “Ready for the season with the MLB At Bat app”
Technologically speaking, I am so far behind, it’s not funny. I’m still trying to learn how to program my V.C.R.
LOL. I have a blinking clock display on the stereo. I know how to stop it but I decided it wasn’t worth the effort.