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Apr
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I'll be the first to admit that I'm not a huge fan of baseball. Naturally, I don't spend a lot of time digging through the Android Market looking for the next great baseball game to spend some time with. However, every once in a while someone will share an app with me that catches my attention, regardless of what it's about. That's exactly what happened this weekend with Com2Us's 9 Innings: Pro Baseball 2011. Initially, I thought it was some sort of fantasy baseball style game, until I watched the video, which actually really surprised me. Check it out:

9 Innings strays away from the mundane, typical style of virtual baseball and offers three modes of play - Exhibition, League, and Homerun. It features a card shop that allows you to collect players and add them to your team roster, so you can customize it to feature your favorite players, all of which are updated with their latest stats. It also utilizes the newly implemented in-app purchasing system, so you can buy in-game items on-the-fly.

9 Innings is free in the Android Market and is a must have not only for baseball fans, but for anyone looking for an interesting new game to play on their mobile.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, and musician. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6- or 7-string, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • montgoss

    I don't trust com2us. Their apps all require ridiculous amounts of permissions for no apparent reason. When I emailed asking why a baseball game (that I paid $5 for) required GPS location, they told me I was wrong and that must be something else on my phone. So, either they're incredibly ignorant about Android or they are lieing and selling all your info and location to advertisers (even in the paid versions).

  • Thorn

    Sounds alot like Ultimate FIFA.

  • Richard Yarrell

    Will give it a try

  • ALBOTZ

    wtf ?the homerun game had alot better graphics same company.....

  • http://www.boundlesstechnical.com/ Christina

    I may try this out. Thanks for sharing.

  • Edwin

    Gave it a try and even spent the $8 for the 150000 pts and no ads. Most of my card upgrades failed, and now all my supposedly upgraded players play far worst than before they were upgraded

  • Paul B

    Don't waste your time! You will spend days trying to get your points up only to Upgrade and Fail, complete waste of time. Is is really a shame too, the game looks good and the concept is great. They just make it way to hard to win. Not asking for super-easy, but I also don't expect to fail on my upgrades 90% of the time....