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Best Major League Baseball Apps for Windows 10

America's Pastime spans approximately 180 days with more than 2,400 games played during the regular season. Trying to keep tabs on all 30 teams in the Majors, along with the many Minor League teams, can be a daunting task.

Luckily, there is a strong collection of apps in the Windows Store that delivers all the stats, scores, standings and schedules for the upcoming baseball season. You can read up on all the latest from the Oakland Athletics to the Everett AquaSox, catch games live, or plan your next trip to the old ballfield.

These are the best MLB apps for Windows 10.

SofaScore

SofaScore

SofaScore is a diverse Windows 10 sports app that can appeal to people looking to catch the latest scoring updates from the ballpark as well as those who want to dig a little deeper with news items or statistical research on MLB teams.

Available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile, along with MLB, SofaScore covers 16 sports and more than 5,000 leagues, tournaments, and special events. Coverage ranges from soccer to basketball and Formula One racing to cricket. SofaScore even covers badminton and snooker. It's an impressive resource for sports that includes both professional and collegiate games.

For those who want to look beyond scores, SofaScore delivers news, statistics and video highlights from the Big Leagues. Games can be previewed to offer insight on what each team brings to the table, and you can follow your favorite team with the AttackMomentum feature. There is also support for toast notifications to keep you up to date on live scores.

SofaScore

This free Windows 10 sports app presents itself in a clean, easy to use manner and delivers a ton of sports information. SofaScore makes it easy to stay in touch with the sporting world without having to leave the comfort of your couch.

Download SofaScore from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

If you are planning on visiting any of the MLB parks this season, the Windows 10 PC app Take Me Out to the Ballgame is designed to make that trip a little easier.

The free app provides a visual map of the ballpark and step-by-step driving directions to guide you there. The app could use a little beefing up with more information on each ballpark or the ability to check off which ballparks you have visited, but it covers the basics nicely.

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Each of the 30 ballpark locations are pre-set and all that is needed is for you to set your point of departure. Take Me Out to the Ballgame then creates driving directions to get you to the ballpark. Overall, It is a simple and easy to use app for getting you to the game.

Download Take Me Out to the Ballgame (opens in new tab)

ESPN

ESPN

ESPN rules the roost when it comes to sports information and provides comprehensive coverage of MLB, delivering all the scores, standings and news items from the ballpark. Along with MLB coverage, the ESPN app provides coverage on a vast range of sports leagues such as the NBA, NFL, Collegiate Sports and World Cup Soccer.

Available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile, the free app includes features such as:

  • Support for your myESPN account.
  • Breaking news and real-time scoring alerts.
  • Live Tile support.
  • Access to your favorite ESPN Podcast.

MLB coverage includes the customary team stats, standings and scores, as news items and video highlights. You also have links to ESPN's Gamecast feature, which highlights all the real-time action through your web browser. If you sign into the app with your ESPN account, alerts are available for breaking news and scores on your favorite MLB teams.

ESPN

The ESPN app is a well-rounded Windows 10 app for keeping up with pro baseball and other sports. Combined with WatchESPN (opens in new tab) to stream live games and ESPN delivers a great one-two punch for MLBl (and other sports) coverage.

Download the ESPN App from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

Flick Baseball 3D – Home Run

Flick Baseball 3D

While Flick Baseball 3D – Home Run may not deliver stats and scores to your Windows 10 Mobile phone, it is a fun game to help get you in the mood for the upcoming baseball season. The free game is essentially a home-run-derby-style game that has three modes of play.

Flick Baseball 3D

The game modes include Drop Dead in which you only get one strike. Thumpy Three affords you the customary three strikes. And One Last Minute challenges you to knock as many pitches over the fence as you can in 60 seconds.

The mechanics are simple. You just tap the screen to pitch and swipe at the screen to hit the ball. The further you hit the ball over the fence, the more points earned. You also have the chance to hit mid-air targets to earn bonus points.

Flick Baseball 3D

Graphics are decent and there is an odd sense of satisfaction in smacking a baseball into a neighboring skyscraper. There may not be much to this Windows 10 Mobile game, but it is a good way to pass the time between innings.

Download Flick Baseball 3D – Home Run from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

MSN Sports

MSN Sports

Much like ESPN, MSN Sports delivers a host of sporting news, scores, stats and standings to your Windows 10 device. The free app covers more than 150 sporting leagues, including MLB.

Available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile, MSN delivers top stories, scores, schedules, standings, video highlights and photo slideshows from the Majors. You can also view League Leading players, team stats, upcoming game summaries and completed game box scores.

MSN Sports

You can tag teams as favorites for easy access, and MSN Sports has support for toast notifications on breaking news. MSN Sports offers a clean appearance and a user-friendly interface. Overall, it is a great Windows 10 source to keep you up to date on all the ballpark action from the Major Leagues.

Download MSN Sports from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

If you've tried any of these Windows 10 apps, let us know what you think in the comments. There are a few more Windows 10 apps available to help you survive the upcoming MLB season, and if we have missed your favorite, feel free to toss out a recommendation.

Play ball!

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

22 Comments
  • The two prime apps MLB At Bat and The Ballpark App are not available for W10 or WM10. Sad state of affairs. Going to have to use my iPhone 6s + to get what I "need" and want to have. DAMN!
  • For those who are MLB At Bat "Audio or TV" subscribers.  "MLB Streamer" offers you the ability to listen to any baseball game live.  Just download it from the the Windows Store.
  • At one point, MLB At Bat was available even though it was only a shadow of what the iOS and Android versions did. I still miss it though on W10M. Luckily, I also have an iPhone to fill that void.
  • I ditto the above comments. I miss At Bat here.
  • If you're on tmobile they're giving away mlb.tv subscriptions on Tuesday for free to every subscriber. Should look good when my Galaxy S8 comes in 🙂
  • How do I get this?
  • Download the free "T-mobile Tuesday" app from the Apple Store or Android App Store and signup using your t-mobile account and number.
  • No app for windows either for tmobile or mlb
  • Yes, you'll have to get a real phone if you'd like to use actual apps.
  • Horribly stupid on a.WINDOWS forum
  • Ah, you're right, my mistake.  Enjoy not getting a free year-long subscription to MLB.tv premium & not streaming the games to your phone.  Such win.
  • There is a t-mobile app on the IDOL 4S.  I have no idea if the t-mobile Tuesday's deals are sent through it though.
  • I've got a tmobile app but it only does bill
  • Go to tmobiletuesdays.com from any browser tied to T-Mobile's network and you can access from there (Today only).  Tried it this morning and worked like a charm (Let's go Mets!)
  • Just got it, thanks
  • I miss the At Bat app as well, but I can at least listen to the games with MLB Streamer. Let's Go Bucs!!
  • At Bat disappearing from WP was one of the main drivers for me to leave the platform. It was just one more app that was gone. What a pitty
  • I just reinstalled the At Bat app to see if it still functions.  The scoreboard section doesn't load but News and Video sections appear up to date.  Upcoming games and News and Videos appear up to date in the favorite team section.  So it still has some use.  
  • I still use the AtBat app for videos and news. Everything else is dead. Sad 😢
  • It's actually better to use this one for videos than on iOS or Android because the WM version doesn't have ads! That's the only benefit, though.
  • Flash Sports https://www.windowscentral.com/e?link=https%3A%2F%2Fclick.linksynergy.co... Small subscription fee to watch any sports game Live. I love it. Works great and it has good reviews.
  • Not having At Bat is rough (Streamer is great for radio feeds but I do wish we had video).  I wish MLB.tv would at least switch to HTML5 so we could watch games in Edge if nothing else.