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Friday, May 27, 2005

Baseball on Your Mobile Phone


By: The Editor

If you're like me, you can't possibly get enough baseball - the great American game. Especially if you happen to have a team you're particularly passionate about, be it the Cardinals, Cubs, Reds, Yankees, the team from Boston (*sore St. Louis fan behind the keyboard*), etc.

MLB.com has come up with something that'll make your baseball loving heart skip a beat. There is an entire page dedicated to "Baseball on your Mobile Phone". The pricing is fan friendly (wish tickets would follow suit) and you can choose from any team you happen to love.

Here is a quick rundown of what you'll find available: (continued...)

-Wallpapers featuring your team's colors and logo.

-Gameday audio - you can follow Albert Pujols to bat, and subsequently around the bases.

-Access live video and all the top plays. Scott Rolen makes another great play? You're there!

-Alerts: Find out the last inning details.

-Games, trivia and other fun stuff.

-Ringtones! Music, voices, highlights. The great Barry Bond's breaking the record, "We are the Champions" (*cough, wheeze*), and special "at bats" or plays for each of the different teams.

Click the link below to access the main page. In the top left corner, and at the bottom of the page are "pull down" menus. This is where you go to find the Cardinals, Cubs, Giants, Brewers, Sox, etc. Take a look around, there's a lot of great stuff to be found.

MLB.com Goes Mobile