MLB Ballpark

MLB Ballpark


  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2012-04-03
  • Current Version: 7.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 134.36 MB
  • Developer: MLB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 1,385 Reviews)
  • Price:
MLB Ballpark App Ratings: 2.5
Total 1,385 Reviews

MLB Ballpark App Description

The MLB Ballpark app is your favorite mobile companion when visiting any of the 30 Major League Baseball ballparks. This official MLB application perfectly complements and personalizes your trips with tickets, loyalty programs, journal, social media, offers, rewards and exclusive content. Additional features available at select MLB ballparks include automated check-in and offers and points-of-interest with iBeacon technology, as well as mobile food ordering and seat and experience upgrades. **** Ballpark Features (iPhone) **** • Convenient mobile ticket purchase with seat view and seat map (select clubs) • Customize your iPhone home screen with Club ballpark-branded app icons • Access and manage your tickets ( account required; select clubs) • Augmented Reality support for AR experiences (available for select ballparks during select times) • Virtual Reality support for VR experiences (select ballparks) • Check in automatically with iBeacon technology (select ballparks only)* • Journal: Upload and share personal photos from your ballpark visits dating back to 2005 • View team statistics and watch video highlights from games attended • Ballpark and player entrance music listings • Social media clubhouse, including social rewards for select clubs • Seat and experience upgrade functionality (at select ballparks)** • Message Inbox: View club promotions, ticket activities, and local notifications in one convenient view • Check in for ballpark offers and rewards • Interactive concourse maps and directories • Social media integration • Customize to feature a designated favorite MLB ballpark • Team schedule, ticket information and sales and promotional event listings • Access to food and beverage ordering (available at select ballparks)*** • Directions and parking information • Customize notifications for your favorite ballparks * iBeacon technology: Chase Field (Arizona), SunTrust Park (Atlanta), Oriole Park @ Camden Yards (Baltimore), Fenway Park (Boston), Guaranteed Rate Field (Chicago), Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati), Progressive Field (Cleveland), Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City), Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles), Miller Park (Milwaukee), Target Field (Minnesota), Citi Field (New York), Oakland Coliseum (Oakland), Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia), PNC Park (Pittsburgh), Petco Park (San Diego), AT&T Park (San Francisco), Safeco Field (Seattle), Busch Stadium (St. Louis), Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay), Globe Life Park (Texas), Nationals Park (Washington DC), Minute Maid Park (Houston), Marlins Park (Miami), Rogers Centre (Toronto), Angel Stadium (Anaheim), Comerica Park (Detroit), Coors Field (Denver) **Seat and experience upgrades: Angel Stadium (Anaheim), Chase Field (Arizona), SunTrust Park (Atlanta), Oriole Park @ Camden Yards (Baltimore), Fenway Park (Boston), Wrigley Field (Chicago), Guaranteed Rate Field (Chicago), Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati), Coors Field (Colorado), Comerica Park (Detroit), Minute Maid Park (Houston), Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City), Marlins Park (Miami), Miller Park (Milwaukee), Target Field (Minneapolis), Citi Field (New York), Oakland Coliseum (Oakland), Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia), PNC Park (Pittsburgh), Petco Park (San Diego), AT&T Park (San Francisco), Safeco Field (Seattle), Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay) and Globe Life Park (Texas). Additional ballparks will be added as they become available. *** Food & Beverage or Merchandise mobile ordering: Chase Field (Arizona), Marlins Park (Miami), SunTrust Park (Atlanta), AT&T Park (San Francisco), Comerica Park (Detroit), Dodgers Stadium (Los Angeles), Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati). Additional ballparks will be added as they become available. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. © 2018 MLB Advanced Media, L.P. All Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights used herein are the property of the applicable MLB entity. All rights reserved.


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MLB Ballpark App Reviews

  • iPhone update to iOS 12 is not compatible

    By ninjamiller
    Updated my phone yesterday to iOS 12. Successfully used the app to scan into the ballpark, too. I open the app again tonight to forward tickets, and all I see is the spinning wheel to nowhere. Bummer that I can’t get the app to open for my last game of the season. Otherwise, it’s been quite useful for this season!
  • No Longer Working

    By OutofTownStupid
    As a season ticket holder, I have used the Ballpark exclusively all season to get into the game. It’s been great. But since the last update, the app no longer loads on my phone. Worked perfectly all year until now. With tickets tonight, I had to scramble to get them printed because the app is unreliable and not working properly. Had I not checked prior to leaving for the game, I would have been S-O-L with no way to print the tickets at the stadium.
  • New update is trash

    By TheWolf58
    New update is trash instead of starting on your favorite team home, page like in previous versions, it now starts on a generic schedule. 🤭🤮. And impossible to find the teams page.
  • Never loads anymore

    By Andytahoe
    I was able to use the app a couple of times but the last 2 months it just shows a spinning wheel and never loads. Really disappointed especially considering I'm a season ticket holder. Needs a fix. Ive deleted and reloaded several times and never works
  • Try to use it but it keeps redirecting me to Walmart gift card BS offer.

    By musicman7885 and app keep redirecting me... deleting it until I know it isn’t breaching my info...
  • I like the app but I’d like to see it deliver more.

    By Matthew Metcalfe
    Fortunately, i haven’t had any of the issues with tickets that others have reported. I buy a lot of tickets on stubhub though. There are so many club seats at SunTrust that a regular person can’t walk up and buy a ticket behind the plate. I digress. I love the journal but I’d like to see it expanded. More stats on your history. Win/loss for all, home, away is pretty limited. Baseball is about stats! I want to see how many times bratwurst has won the race at Miller Park when I attended! It’s a good app but needs some depth on the journal side!
  • Worst App Ever

    By xxccttuuu
    Enough said
  • I cannot even download the app

    By themeanestbadestmomma
    I have season tickets connected to mlb app and I cannot download the app at all. I have rebooted, off and on, verified storage space and updated system. Still cannot download!! Very frustrating!!
  • Inconvenient

    By dextrose00
    I purchased a ticket for an event and it said i could only access it through this app. What was wrong with a normal email? Regardless, getting this app was difficult as i cannot update to ios 10. After i found a workaround that enabled me to get the app, it crashes constantly. Getting tickets to the game are now more of a hassle than ever.
  • Just spent $600 on tickets and the app wants to HIDE them from me

    By candi48
    The information architecture of this app is abysmal and it took me about 15 minutes to understand where the tickets I just spent $600 on are. First sin: I logged in with the same MLB account I bought the tickets from the MLB site with, yet the app has no idea who I am. I have to send/receive fiddly confirmation mails to “link” my account to itself. Second sin: I was asked to pick my favorite team, which happens to NOT be the one I purchased tickets for, then my app was completely taken over by that team. My only idea for how to get my tickets was to remove my favorite team then switch over to the one I bought tickets for. Upon restarting the app, logging out and then back in, this finally works. FINALLY I have proof my purchased tickets are here. Third sin: They’re buried at the bottom of a long page of scheduled events and other things the dumb app wants me to buy, but at least they’re here. Overall impression: MLB needs to hire a UX designer yesterday (or fire the ones they have.) This is embarrassing.