Last month, we published the App 100, a collection of the best apps across all platforms.
Realizing that 100 apps is a lot to digest, we decided to break up the list by category.
Over the next several days we'll republish the individual sections to help you get through the best apps easier.
Here's our definitive list of the best sports apps you can get today.
ESPN ScoreCenter, for keeping up with your favorite teams
ScoreCenter is the perfect app for the sports fanatic. It provides fans with real-time scores and news right on your smartphone. You can personalize your scoreboard so you'll receive only scores and news that you care about.
Push notifications are supported too so you'll never miss updates on another big game.
MLB.com At Bat, for streaming live baseball games
With MLB.com At Bat you can stream every single MLB game live to your smartphone or tablet.
Customize the interface with your favorite teams or keep an eye on rivals.
The app provides breaking news, standings, schedules, rosters, and stats.
Price: $14.99 or a monthly recurring fee of $2.99, for the season.
*After the All-Star break the app drops to $9.99 for the remainder of the season.
**MLB.TV Premium subscribers receive At Bat 12 for free.
Nike+, for keeping track of your fitness stats
Before Nike+ runners never really knew exactly how far they ran.
This smart app allows you to track your distance, calories burned, and pace.
The best part? All the information is logged across multiple runs letting you know how well you're doing.
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