Today is opening day! Now you can cry that baseball is boring or that there's too many games or that all the players take steroids but I could care less. There are few things that make me happier than watching the Dodgers on a slow midsummer day.
MLB.TV is a wonderful service that streams virtually ever Major League Baseball game to your device of choice. The only downside? It's a hundred bucks, which sounds like a lot—and is if you don't actually watch as much baseball as you tell yourself you're going to.
Spring is in the air, position players have reported and that means a new MLB At Bat is available to download. MLB At Bat 2011 is the most excellent sports app around and makes it easy peezy to keep track of America's past time. It costs $15 on both Android and iPhone (same as last year) and '11 brings a new…