Smartphones have become ingrained into every aspect of our lives and fantasy baseball is no different. You’re here reading this, so I know two things. 1. You’re fanatic about fantasy baseball. And two, you’re on team Android when it comes to the great cell phone divide.
If you’re like me your life is busy and it’s getting harder to find time for our great obsession. So whether you’re waiting for a flight at the airport or waiting for your son’s band performance to begin, it’s nice to sneak a little draft prep in or check the latest box scores. This post is for you. We’ve done our best to curate an all-inclusive list of the top Android Apps for fantasy baseball.
We’ll try to keep this list as up-to-date as possible. Initially, it will consist mostly of Android apps for some of the big boys of fantasy sports and their all-encompassing apps. As draft season heats up we’ll include some of the more specialized Android apps to help you get ready for the big day.
As always if you see something we’ve missed or one of these Android apps is defunct, you can let us know in the comments below or by using our Link Submission Page.
Top Android Apps for Fantasy Baseball
- CBS Sports Fantasy – If you use the CBS Sports Commissioner products this app allows you to manage all your teams from draft day all the way to the end of the season. Also allows you to do plenty of research with player profiles and stats.
- ESPN Fantasy Sports App – This one app handles ESPN’s fantasy baseball platform as well as football, basketball, and hockey. You can do everything from drafting a team to editing your lineup to making trades.
- Fanalyze Fantasy Baseball and Football Analysis – Search any NFL or MLB player and get player profiles, news, status, stats, projections, ranks, graphs, player-related twitter feeds, and more.
- Fantasy Alarm Mobile Apps – Offers advice and tools for your seasonal and daily fantasy sports leagues. It includes up-to-date and breaking seasonal and daily news from some of the best analysts in the industry. Some of the features include articles, roster sync, and up-to-the-minute player alarms.
- Fantasy Baseball News – Useful app for keeping up with all the latest in fantasy sports. They’ve aggregated RSS feeds for news, podcasts, and twitter feeds from the top sites in the industry.
- FantasyPros Fantasy Baseball My Playbook – My Playbook is a suite of powerful tools to help you make better decisions, manage your baseball lineups, and win your leagues! This app will let you import your team to get custom fantasy baseball news, rankings, and analysis.
- FantasyPros Fantasy Baseball Draft Wizard – This is the mobile companion to the Online Draft Wizard, which allows you to run a mock draft in minutes based on the actual rankings of the top experts in the industry.
- Fantasy News by FantasyPros – Stay up-to-date with the latest player news and rumors from the NFL, MLB, and NBA with the FantasyPros Fantasy News app. Follow players and enable notifications to get customized news feeds and alerts.
- Fantrax Progressive Web App – Anything you can do on the Fantrax desktop application you can do here. One app to rule all platforms.
- Fleaflicker Fantasy Leagues – They claim to have the fastest mobile app around, enabling you to do everything you could on the desktop. Let us know if they’re right in the comments below.
- MLB At Bat – Offers some news and scores as a standalone app, but combine it with an MLB.TV subscription and you are watching all the baseball you can handle, whenever and however you want to do it.
- Rotoworld News & Draft Guides – America’s most-trafficked pure fantasy sports news website, is here with a new mobile app that will allow you to get all of the latest breaking news, trade rumors, expert analysis, injury updates and more from the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, College Football, Golf, NASCAR and Premier League on the go.
- Yahoo Fantasy Sports – Another mega-app from one of the big boys. This app handles just about everything you can think of in terms of fantasy sports on Yahoo. Voted the Best Fantasy Sports Mobile App by the Fantasy Sports Trade Association 5 years in a row.
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