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MLB On TBS Postseason NL Wild Card, NLDS And NLCS Sports Tech

Turner Sports’ Postseason Studio Coverage to Include Use of Virtual Reality Ballpark Models for First Time

Turner Sports’ Postseason Studio Coverage to Include Use of Virtual Reality Ballpark Models for First Time

MLB On TBS Postseason NL Wild Card, NLDS And NLCS Sports Tech

TBS is the exclusive headquarters for 2015 MLB Postseason National League coverage and it look to be a sports technology driven playoffs event. Today, Wednesday, Oct. 7, the MLB baseball playoffs begin in the NL on TBS presented by Hankook Tire with the Wild Card game between the Pittsburg Pirates and the Chicago Cubs at 8 p.m. ET. Live streaming of each TBS MLB postseason game can be viewed on the Watch TBS App and online at the www.tbs.com website...

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Topps Unveils New Platform For Fans To Self-Design MLB and MLS Cards.

Topps Unveils New Platform For Fans To Self-Design MLB and MLS Cards.

Topps New Self-Design MLB And MLS Fan Trading Cards

Topps may have hit a digital home run with their new MLB and MLS trading cards designed to become a fan and collector must-have product. Fans have the online option to design their own custom cards at Topps.com. The Sports Techie blog conducted a Q&A with Jeff Heckman, Brand Manager for Topps, readable below. Topps is merging technology with sports to evolve the sport fan experience by letting customers create customized, authentic looking and professional quality, baseball and soccer, keepsakes and memorabilia that look and feel exactly as you want them to.

Customizable Trading Card- 2015 Topps Series One Baseball.

Customizable Trading Card- 2015 Topps Ser...

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NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech

NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech - Sports Techie Blog.

NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech – Sports Techie Blog.

NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech

The 2015 NCAA Men’s College World Series app sponsored by Coca-Cola Zero aims to be a must use component to augment the collegiate baseball digital fan experience. The tournament begins on June 13 in Omaha, Nebraska and is expected to be another thrilling live championship event for fans watching on TV, online and in the seats at TD Ameritrade. The Sports Techie community blog thanks Turner Sports and the NCAA for sharing the latest technological details about the app’s functionality for our readers and followers across the nation and around the world.

NCAA® Men’s College World Series®, Presented by Coca-Cola Zero to Provide Comprehensive Event Coverage.

NCAA® Men’s College World Series®, Presented by Coca-Cola Zero to Provide Comprehensive Event Coverage...

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Swish Analytics New NBA Injury Feed For Fantasy Sports, Betting, Fans and Writers

An all-encompassing NBA injury reporting tool.

An all-encompassing NBA injury reporting tool.

Swish Analytics New NBA Injury Feed For Fantasy Sports, Betting, Fans and Writers

Swish Analytics launched NBA Injury Feed this week, a software-driven sports technology solution designed to use predictive algorithms and beat writer’s social feedback calculated together to let fantasy basketball players, hoops fans, writers and bettors know the daily reporting injury status of each player. The Sports Techie community blog chatted almost a year ago with co-founder, Bobby Skoff. This time we learned about their newest NBA sports tech tool, the Optimus X lineup daily fantasy projection model and the soon to be released, MLB Predictions, Analytics and Injuries product available by May 1...

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Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series

Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series - Sports Techie blog

Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series – Sports Techie blog

Cisco Technology Helps Enable First Live Streamed World Series

For the first time in Major League Baseball history, the 2014 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals entire seven games were streamed live across the Internet enabled by Cisco, an Industry first. The historical digital fan experience delivered by MLBAM and Cisco during the 110th Fall Classic to smartphones, tablets and computer laptops over the At Bat app allowed fans a multitude of multi-platform product options with no blackouts. The Sports Techie community blog readers and followers can read more about Cisco’s influence on sports technology here, and MLB’s innovative products here...

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