theScore is a fantasy baseball manager’s MVP

By Joe Ross

OK, I’ll put it out there. I’m a Toronto Blue Jays fan. So, as you can imagine, I’m pretty pumped about the upcoming MLB season. The prospect of seeing R.A. Dickey in a Jays uniform on April 2 against the Indians is something else. Excitement has been building since the offseason began. And I know baseball fans across the world will feel exactly the same as the first pitch of the new season draws closer.

And many will also be preparing their fantasy league teams. So we’re pleased to say theScore App is on hand to help players stay on top of their roster throughout the season, so it’s easier to justify cutting someone.

Features include:

My Player: Create groups of players so you can track everyone on your fantasy league in one convenient location, including player news, stats and other vital data, building an entirely customized view. Our detailed player cards give you everything you need – and stats junkies can flip their device horizontal for an even deeper dive.

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My Score: Follow all your favorite teams and players in one place, making it easy to stay on top of the latest scores, news, stats and standings.

Push Alerts: Out for dinner and can’t watch the game? Push alerts are delivered straight to you device to cover breaking news, scoring plays, when bases are loaded, game start, game end and the score every three innings. Just make sure it’s on vibrate at the table…

Calendar: Download your favourite team’s schedule into your phone’s calendar, so you know exactly when and where they are playing, helping you with selection dilemmas.

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News-wise, the guys from the Getting Blanked and DJF blogs are on hand to bring you all the latest news and views, delivered in their…erm…unique style. Join Drew Fairservice, Andrew Stoeten and the rest of the team at or in the news section of the app, as well as on the Getting Blanked podcast.

Right, that’s enough talking. Let’s play ball. Download theScore App at

Joe Ross is Director of Content at theScore. You can follow him on Twitter at @JoeJRoss.