ThinkingBaseball 4+

Thinking Baseball

    • 4.7 • 3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Thinking Baseball puts you right in the game. Legendary baseball announcer Pat Hughes calls the play; you decide what to do next. The only multi-sensory, educational app that allows you to see, hear and touch the plays.

Start a free account to gain access to 45 of our 8,000+ situational questions to develop your game knowledge.

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What’s New

Version 2.4.18

* Fixes a bug where new assignment form would reset after a few seconds

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3K Ratings

3K Ratings

papaomi ,

Amazing app

Even though I don't play baseball this app helps me understand what is happening during the game itself. It is very productive and it deserves more than a 5 star review. This app will help baseball coaches like my softball coach at york mr Johnson play out very good plays and moves. Thank you for creating a amazing app and I recommend it to anyone who's interested in baseball or a new way to teach kids and adults new plays that will help them win!!!!! -Catie

Njsorr ,

Good idea, but limited scope and super buggy

As a HS and LL baseball coach, this sounded like a phenomenal resource. Sadly, the “correct” answers are too generic. For example: no options for fielders to hold runners on base before throwing for a force out (this is explained in the verbal solution, but these should be options which make the interactive portion more comprehensive). There are other similar examples, but the options available for solutions are often just too limited.

Also, very very buggy. I can drag the fielder to the ball, but then there is no response when I tap where to throw the ball. If I tap a zone a ton of times, it may randomly indicate the throw, but usually this portion is completely unresponsive. Using iPhone 14.

Bb2132 ,

Confusing no more

I like the idea but it can be confusing. It doesn’t let you know if the ball is on the ground or in the air.

I got an email from Neal at thinking baseball and he explained everything. I think I had my volume down also so I didn’t hear anything. I’m going to give it another try but I wanted to edit my review because they shouldn’t get low stars on my errors.

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