MiLB First Pitch 4+

MLB

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

MiLB First Pitch is the official mobile app for Minor League Baseball and 120 clubs, from Triple-A to Low-A. Follow the top MLB prospects from every club and watch more than 6,500 games live or on-demand with your [MiLB.TV subscription|https://www.milb.com/live-stream-games/subscribe], with more than 95 percent of games now available in high-definition.



**** NEW FOR FIRST PITCH IN 2022 ****
- New and improved team page scoreboards
- Updated team branding for the 2022 Minor League Baseball season, including the Aberdeen IronBirds, Beloit Sky Carp, Midland RockHounds, and Sugar Land Space Cowboys
- New live MiLB.TV streaming support for the Vancouver Canadians, St. Lucie Mets and Visalia Rawhide

Terms of Use: https://www.milb.com/about/terms
Copyright © 2022 Minor League Baseball.
Minor League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are the property of Minor League Baseball. All Rights Reserved.

Blackout restrictions:
Blackout restrictions may apply for Lehigh Valley IronPigs home games. Other restrictions may apply. Visit MiLB.TV for details.

What’s New

Version 15.2.0

Bug fixes & performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

Aummy ,

Used to be great

I used to use this app every day to check all sorts of games and stats, HOWEVER, they’ve made an update this year in 2019 in which the app is utterly and completely useless. The way to view schedules are garbage, you can’t view them by game, finding player stats and info is very difficult now, and overall this app is complete trash. If they want people to continue using it they better revert back to the old ways, because this is an absolute joke for an app in 2019.

Update: The reviews about how much everyone hates the changes to this app continue to pour in, yet there is no effort of any change on MiLB’s part. This is a pathetic excuse for an app compared to what was our last year and before. I continue to only use a computer to check minor league stats and standings as the way the app is designed is so utterly poor it is unusable. Revert back to the old changes or continue to lose attention from fans you desperately need.

Smak ,

Buggy, bad app

What outsourcing company made this app? It doesn’t remember your login. It’s unintuitive. If you select Double A to view their games, it will switch back to triple A when you leave the screen, but won’t change the header, so you’ll see a bunch of triple A games under the double A header. You have to remember to tap again to get the real schedule. Even when you subscribe you’ll have janky ads all over the app.

You can’t set a reminder for game starts, and you have no idea if a game will actually be viewable or not. Audio feeds are done by iHeart. So if the game isn’t broadcasted on video, you basically pay $40 for free iHeart radio with commercials. Did I mention paid subscribers still get janky ads all over the app itself?? We’ll yeah. No thanks. Terrible experience. Also, the iHeart radio stream cuts out once the app goes in the background!!! Literally useless for radio.

CupofNooDy ,

What happened?

Why did you feel the need to “fix” this app. It worked perfectly well for the last 3 years. This new update has ruined The Who milb experience on my smart phone. We no longer can see a teams schedule by the month. That makes it hard to get a visual for where they will be and plan accordingly. Why do we now need to be redirected to a website when choosing to see the box score? Why doesn’t it go to the most current game happening when you choose your team. I have to scroll to today’s game for some reason. Why when i pick to watch do I have to constantly pick double A. It keeps returning to triple every time. Also why do we have to keep signing back in every single day. Get it together. Who ever redesigned this app needs to understand what it is like to be a fan of the milb. This app is complete crap and I want it back the way it was. If it isn’t broke don’t fix it!

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