Major League Baseball is in full swing and, with all the new Android users out there, we at AppStoreHQ thought it would be fun to look at the top baseball-related apps for the platform. There are almost 900 baseball-related apps available on Android today and, as a fan, it’s hard to know where to start. There are more baseball apps than Cy Young had complete games (749), more than home runs allowed by Jaime Moyer (511), even more than intentional walks received by Barry Bonds (686).

Our AppRank technology integrates media analysis, social network activity, and collaborative filtering to find high-quality, relevant apps for Android and iOS devices. Here are the top five highest-ranked Android baseball apps, giving you access to fantasy league planning, real-time scores, stats, trivia, video, and more.

 

EvriThing Baseball Everything Baseball Screen EvriThing Baseball (Free)

EvriThing Baseball brings you the best real-time content streams from thousands of sources across the web. Get the very latest news and stats in baseball and be ahead of the game. Channels include standings, scores and stats, injury report, plus a channel for every team.

 

 

Fantasy Baseball ScreenFantasy Baseball Draft Kit

Draft Kit 2011 allows you to dominate your fantasy draft or auction. Enter your league parameters and it will generate player rankings or dollar values. The app comes with 2011 projections that are continuously updated.

 

 

 

Pro Baseball 2011 ScreenPro Baseball 2011 Pro Baseball 2001 (Free)

Get MLB 2011 related news, live scores, live stats information, watch videos … and more.

 

 

 

ESPN iScore Baseball ScreenESPN iScore ESPN iScore Baseball / Softball ($9.99)

iScore Baseball is the easiest and most intuitive way to track a baseball or softball game. You can score youth baseball/softball, high school games, college games, and even professional games.

 

 

 

Joels Baseball Trivia ScreenJoels Trivia Joel’s Baseball Trivia (Free)

Test your knowledge of baseball trivia with this fun multiple-choice quiz. Questions span a century of baseball history, from Babe Ruth to Albert Pujols, from Cy Young to Mariano Rivera.


May the best team win!

Scott Blanksteen, a former Qpass executive, is CEO of Seattle-based AppStoreHQ. Got an idea for a featured mobile app category? Email Scott at sib@appstorehq.com or follow him on Twitter @sib1013

[Editor's Note: GeekWire is starting a new collaboration with Seattle-based AppStoreHQ, whose staffers will periodically spotlight the hottest mobile apps across different categories and devices, based on the company's ranking technology.]

 

Comments

  • http://twitter.com/Vroo Vroo (Bruce Leban)

    I’ve heard great things about iScore. It also has a new competitor – GameChanger – which is currently in beta on the Android Market.

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