By Nichole Pichardo
October 04, 2013

With the 2013 baseball postseason underway this week, there’s no doubt you are looking for ways to watch your favorite team while you’re away from the TV. No matter what team you are rooting for, Sprint’s Unlimited My Way data plans make it super easy to keep track of all the games on your smartphone.
For those of you not lucky enough to score tickets (#jointheclub), we’ve pulled together
a list of apps that will ensure you won’t miss a beat of the postseason action! At Bat: MLB’s official iOS and Android app is a must-download for all baseball fans. You can access basic information including scores, news from, schedules, rosters, and team standings at no cost. There’s also a video library of free clips and player interviews. (Free)
  • WatchESPN: When your schedule’s crazy, it’s hard to catch every game, but WatchESPN’s 24/7 coverage lets you tune in on your own time. The app streams video from the games plus video replays of your favorite MLB and ESPN shows, like Baseball Tonight. (Free)
  • Race to the Pennant Keep an eye on your team’s direct rivals with this
    cool app that sizes up the competition via colorful bar graphs and lets you
    view the latest in your favorite teams standings. (Free)
  • Full Count: When you don’t have time to get to a TV, you can tune in with this free app for live coverage of all the action around baseball, including live look-ins, breaking news and more. (Free)
If you are actually one of the lucky few that are able to be at the game, be sure to share some pictures and video on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – instantly making all of your followers jealous!

Nichole Pichardo is a communications manager for the Wireless Devices team at Sprint. She is based in sunny Southern California and primarily focuses on devices launching from HTC and LG. She is also knowledgeable about Sprint’s mobile broadband devices and service plans. Nichole can be reached at