MLB.com Franchise MVP

MLB.com Franchise MVP

Join your favorite MLB team and follow your dream from the Minors to the Majors.


Additional Informations
  • Current Version: 1.23
  • Updated: March 17, 2014
  • Requires Android: 2.3.3 and up
  • Installs: 500,000 - 1,000,000

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*Slim Gamer - Featured Android App - "MLB.com Franchise MVP is hands down the best mobile baseball sim I’ve played" - 8/10

Do you have what it takes to become an MLB.com Franchise MVP? Join your favorite MLB team and follow your dream from the Minors to the Majors. Can you take your team to the World Series and beyond?

MLB.com Franchise MVP is the only baseball game on Google Play with 120 REAL TEAMS including Class A, Double-A, Triple-A and Major Leagues. An Official Game of Major League Baseball Advanced Media.

DEVELOP THE ULTIMATE PLAYER
Build your skills, master any position on the field and reach success. Equip your player with the best gear, boosts and train him up!

AUTHENTIC TOUCH ACTION
Jump into the action with intuitive tap and swipe controls for batting, pitching, and fielding mini-games. Easy to pick up, hard to put down with hours and hours of deep gameplay!

CAPTIVATING SIMULATION
Make key decisions that affect your destiny on the diamond. Earn Coins and MLBucks by making crucial plays on-field and spend them on new items, facilities and skills to advance your career.

Play for any MLB Franchise, including:
Arizona Diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies, Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Los Angeles Dodgers, Miami Marlins, Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, St. Louis Cardinals, Tampa Bay Rays, Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, Washington Nationals

REQUIREMENTS NOTICE: MLB.com Franchise MVP is only compatible with select Android devices with the minimum OS: Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread, API level 10). Please make sure your device is supported before downloading.

Download MLB.com Franchise MVP now. PLAY BALL!

Reviews


3.8
14,360 total
5 7,212 
4 2,415 
3 1,565 
2 888 
1 2,280 

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Randy Harrison Published date: July 20, 2014

    Good fun until... Game is simple and fun, until all your hard work turns out to be for nothing. My team was in first place by over 20 games and the highest winning team in the league, but at the end of the regular season, the game tells me I was eliminated because we didn't win enough games in the regular season. Not worth putting all the work into building your team and player just to have that be for nothing. Fun for short bursts, but I have uninstalled and will NOT get this again. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Craig Dolney Published date: February 2, 2015

    Best Baseball Game! This is the best sim/RPG baseball game on the market! Not only is it free, but it is a BLAST to play! I'd recommend NOT moving up to AAA or MLB until you are at least 60+ for your player rating though. Whenever you are promoted, you can decline it. The game also gives much of the currency that you'd normally pay real $ for, which is awesome in my book! Coins are easy, but real currency/MLB bucks are more rare, but still come more easily than in other games! I'd rate it 10 stars, if possible! Thanks! Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Tristan Knight Published date: July 14, 2014

    Its a great game All that needs to be fixed is energy use it decreases too fast. Repair cost needs to be a little less, perhaps by 20%. Hitting in MLB needs to be harder my stats for my first full season are impossible in baseball today. I hit around .750 with 161 HR and 330 RBIs lol. it'd be great to adjust the angle to behind home plate because the way it is now i cant tell what will be a ball and what will be a strike. the pitches need to be slowed a bit, by the time the pitch hits the catchers glove im already swinging Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Brandon Williamson Published date: July 2, 2015

    Seriously? Now the second time Ive complained about purchasing mlb bucks, which I still havent received. I want my bucks or my money back.. It would be nice if a developer actually responded to these things.. Refund me or give me those green bucks.. The game itself is great.. Needs a better batting system. Solve my issue and you got yourself 4-5 stars! Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Toasty Published date: April 6, 2014

    Great Sim sport game This turned out to be an awesome game. I can't stop playing. Has micro management situations and get some fielding plays as well. I think it would increase the level of fun if the create a player start was more in depth. Such as left or right handed, different faces to choose from, player number, etc. Overall great game. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Stefan Frisch Published date: June 7, 2014

    Enjoy the player development Fun to take a player through the ranks. Spending $2 for the coin doubler makes your life a lot easier. Don't upgrade your equipment too aggressively unless you want to make in app purchases. Don't buy mlb buck equipment as it takes mlb bucks to repair them. Batting swipe is very fast for good contact. Almost uncomfortably fast for me. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Jason Allen Published date: June 2, 2014

    Enjoyable It is a fun game. My only complaints would be that you get almost no help from teammates, and that you can't have two careers going. It would be nice to be able to play as a pitcher or batter at any time, instead of losing your career to start a new one. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Jacob Anderson Published date: June 22, 2015

    One Flaw So Far. I was up to bat with a runner on third and I hit the ball and get thrown out at second so that means it is a single and the run should have scored but instead on got nothing. kind of stupid. would have gave this game 4 stars atleast. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    ItsOk IcanSwim Published date: May 21, 2015

    Don't listen to the reviews awesome game I almost didn't download it bc of reviews but I'm glad I did. Graphics are good - it's not tough to hit but not easy either - you level up from 1a to 3a to mlb and it's relatively challenging but still doable and it's fun. I recommend getting it ratings don't always do justice to an app. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Andrew Strohm Published date: April 25, 2014

    Why can't I hit I have tried everything I can think of to get a hit, and I am 1 for 30. Really? Should it be easy and get progressively harder? If this worked the game would be a lot more fun. As it is it is only a space waste. Please fix hitting because this is a great concept. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Mister Peckerhead Published date: January 20, 2016

    Good Game! Only criticism I have, is that there could be an active practice tutorial. It took me awhile to learn how to hit, and play defense. Perhaps I didn't pay enough attention to the short tutorial pop-ups. I also wish there was a way to review the short tutorial pop-ups. Once you click "OK" at bottom of pop-up, they're gone forever... Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Michael Fenton Published date: July 30, 2014

    Can't even get a single? I'm having a lot of trouble with this game. It tells me to swipe to hit the ball, but it's always red regardless of when I swipe, and what direction I swipe. I literally haven't hit even a single. I can't figure this out. There's no instructions to tell you how to get the green or even yellow swipes when hitting. I've tried line drives, and even ground balls. Everything is always red, and always an out. I'm the lowest possible rating in A. I would be kicked off the team at this point. Please help. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Harmony Williams Published date: May 23, 2015

    Okay but not accurate You can hit more than one hit but it will say your stats are whatever it wants. That's kinda sucky. Otherwise decent game. Plus would like to be able to play defense as well. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    kevin j unley Published date: May 18, 2014

    Broken When playing franchise mode with your player the computer randomly skips your at bats. I've eked multiple games where I've been at the plat one but I see my player being active and the results screen shows 1 for 4, yet I only got to bat one. Edit I kept trying to play and more and more bugs kept showing up. No outs and I hit a triple, magically the other teams up to bat. This game Sucks. It's buggier that a termite nest. I want a refund. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    John Paul Spak Published date: July 17, 2016

    WORST BASEBALL GAME EVER First of all, the logic behind the game makes no sense. Triple plays do not happen every game. Secondly, you should be able to bat each time instead of having the game do it for you. I have played a lot of mobile baseball games and this is by far the worst Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Allen Hoover Published date: July 6, 2014

    Disappointed Not happy. Its one of those games where I reached a point in it that I can't continue unless I spend alot of money. :-( I was really liking it up to that point. They need to make it so that if you leave the game for a while, say like 24 hours, your energy builds back up without having to buy anything. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    John Bacha Published date: January 9, 2015

    Addicted Fun game. The problem is you'll make MVP. The last season I played (my 14th) I batted around .715, 120 homers, 225 doubles and much more. Nothing. Won the World Series multiple times. I would have given a higher rating, but now the app won't log in. Now I have a lot of time on my hands. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Wheres Waldo Published date: October 27, 2017

    Your game is ok but it needs to be fixed. It sometimes doesnt record hits, rbis, sbs. I hit a 3 run homer but it said i was 0 for 3 but the score was 3-0. Its broken and needs to be fixed. Then i can give it a higher rating Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Jarrod Mochnick Published date: July 27, 2014

    Good idea, but slow and buggy The concept of the game is fun and addicting. It takes a little too much time to progress in my opinion. Also the game seems to randomly crash from time to time. Would really like to see more Play Games integration in the future. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Nick deGans Published date: February 29, 2016

    4/5 Game is good. Takes a bit to get the hang of it. Can be difficult at times. Seems to have issues loading after 2 seasons. Had to restart the game about 3 times because it wont load so that gets annoying otherwise its lots of fun. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Joshua David Zambrano Published date: June 4, 2016

    Great concept, poor result The concept itself is great, working your way up as a minor leaguer. But the game play itself is horribly flawed and unrealistic. The swipe batting system is broken with hitting seemingly impossible. And stats are ridiculously unrealistic (anything above a 2.00 ERA will keep you from getting to AA). Game results reset if you exit the game. League player stats aren't shown. The result is a glitchy, unrealistic, chaotic mess which, while fun, feels very incomplete for having the MLB trademark attached. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Nick Hooker Published date: April 20, 2014

    Won`t load.. I even paid for in app purchases. Terrible. Played for weeks with no issues, now suddenly it won`t load on my Galaxy tab 2. What gives? I have money and countless hours in this game. Needs to be fixed or I deserve my money back. Just ridiculous. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Luke Zemanek Published date: March 31, 2014

    Ehh Here's what I like: cool interface, good ways to build your player, and in game is pretty simple. What I don't like: you can't choose to be left handed which sucks, you can't practice hitting at all, and during in game half your at bats or fielding opportunities are simulated. This needs to update Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Andrew Mee Published date: August 31, 2015

    3 stars If you are playing on a smartphone it is impossible to hit something other than a pop fly or weak contact. The only reason I give it three stars is because if you are a pitcher in the AL where you don't have to hit it is okay Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Andrew O'Hara Published date: August 18, 2015

    Beyond Frustrated. ZERO Customer Service! I have now had this game for a few weeks and I actually really enjoy it. Three separate times now I have created a player, worked my way through the minors, built up the player's stats and abilities only to have the app begin to malfunction and stop working. What's worse is that I have contacted the developer multiple times and have been ignored. I've spent money on this game and I want a refund and some answers. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Prashant Shrivastava Published date: April 22, 2015

    Great game! But some Major problems I like the game, you can choose your favorite MLB team and can play with it, but you get very less chances to play, and you can't do anything, and expect playing only with myself, I want to play the whole game with every player and please make the batting easy, because whenever I hit, it shows me 'Weak Contact'. Please fix this problems and I will give ya 5 stars!!! Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Peter Kown Published date: July 3, 2016

    Should have listened to bad reviews I knew it! I knew it! I knew it! I should have listened to the bad reviews! This game is a joke! I see what MLB is trying to do by making it as if you were a minor leaguer working your way up and the difficulty and grind that it is but that does not translate to a game too well! No matter how I swung it was an out! 1 hit in 80 at bats! That is not fun! And throwing is a joke! Game sucks and sucks all fun out of trying! Wasted money on upgrades! Booooooo! This game is BENCHED! Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Mitch Callister Published date: April 26, 2014

    Ehhh Would be a good game, but the whole energy thing is just a way for them to charge money for a free game. Plus, it's simulating through the whole game and I don't even get to play my at bats. Got potential, but another MLB money grab game... Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Jeff Hanson Published date: April 27, 2014

    Keeps skipping This game is pretty fun, but would be much better if the cpu didn't skip so many at bats and fielding situations. Isn't the point of this game to control your player? Please fix. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Adrian Leung Published date: February 4, 2015

    Crash City! It's an okay game and somewhat addicting but as I am about halfway through my first season it keeps crashing. Lucky if I make it though a game. Frustrating!!! Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Andrew Jadwin Published date: June 25, 2014

    Career stats get reset every season My career stats get reset to zero every off season. Why??? ......as for the complaints about it being hard or needing purchases, not true. It's easy once you master the swing. I never bought a single thing and my guy Homers at will. I even let all my equipment degrade to nothing. Start at bottom corner (left or right) and sweep with your thumb towards opposite upper corner. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Vince Marra Published date: February 5, 2017

    Guy on 2nd, hit double, no rbi. Went 3 for 4 with 2 SO's? Takes forever to earn anything. Bought batting gloves but my guy bats glove less. Spend money every game on repairs to equipment. 1 good game, skill goes up a little. 1 bad game, skill goes down a lot. Poor...poor game Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    David Scroggins Published date: December 5, 2015

    Terrible Poor game play. Controls are swipe with seemingly little connection to what happens. Ratings are head scratchers. Throw a one run complete game? Rating: bench warmer. Etc. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    David Howard Published date: April 7, 2014

    Addicting but The fast pace is fun. Would like to see better stats. Crashed twice once taking away a world series victory. Crashes again recently and won't reload. And I was pretty high up there. disappointing. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Kevin Kuo Published date: September 24, 2016

    Good game Decent game but want more freedom in at bats. there should be a setting as to how many simulated at bats you want. I often find myself only doing 1 actual at bat out of 6 or 7 and usually during pointless situations in the games Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    George Dooling Published date: July 20, 2014

    Fun but poorly developed Game action isn't realistic. Runners never score from first when you hit a double. Triple plays when there were runners on first and third. If you aren't actively controlling your player, he hits about .100. Game says it gives you two MLBBucks for player of the game but it only gives you one. If you aren't going at full effort it ships most of your at bats and you strike out a lot. If you do go full effort you can only play about once every other day without buying perks. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Justin LaGale Published date: April 5, 2016

    Bull crap So even when I'm not out of energy they still sim.my at bat... just so the cpu can strike me out.. I know which mlb game doesn't work. Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Brian Fowler Published date: March 12, 2015

    Kinda stupid The game is a somewhat fun concept. But it is pretty stupid when you have your effort level at 2 and it goes multiple at-bats or even games without letting you control the hitting situation. Also the statistics vs ratings your player gets after a game are unrealistic. Make a better product before you put out the game! Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    David Mersman Published date: April 28, 2014

    Time waster Really don't like that it skips over most of what your player does. Working to the majors is cool, but I went 21-12 with like a 1.5 ERA and wasn't considered for triple A. Let me be clear though, those are the only complaints, it's good otherwise Full Review

  • MLB.com Franchise MVP
    Kevin Clark Published date: January 14, 2015

    Solid for mobile I really just wanted to kill time. Once you get used to the hitting and can improve your equipment (for free of course ) it's very easy. My team won like 143 games last season including playoffs and I hit about .600 with 200 homers. Definitely room for in improvement in the app though. Full Review