Fans of the Philadelphia Phillies have a new way that they can enjoy the team, thanks to the folks at Sports Illustrated.
Sports Illustrated has released a brand new, revitalized sports app that will now take you to the front lines of your favorite sports. Get expert analysis and storytelling with the new SI app on your phone or tablet.
The SI app is completely customizable, which means if you only want news from the Philadelphia Phillies, you can set up your notifications to keep you updated on everything you need to know.
It’s now easier than ever to get award-winning commentary from Peter King, Tom Verducci, Lee Jenkins, Seth Davis and other leading voices from the nation’s premiere sports publication.
Customizing the new app means that you can be among the first to read breaking news and hot columns, like the Monday Morning Quarterback or Punt, Pass and Pork, before anyone else sees it.
Read the latest takes and get stories you won’t read anywhere else with the SI 10 Spot. It combines analysis and personality to bring you the trendiest topics of the day.
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The 10 Spot also includes a treasure trove of iconic photos and moments from Sports Illustrated over the years that has helped define certain sports moment and capture legacies at their highest heights.
Additionally, you can have up-to-the-minute scores sent straight to your phone so you always know how the Phils or any of your other favorites teams are doing.
Stay ahead of your friends with the trendiest takes from Extra Mustard, Hot Clicks, Mustard Minute and other SI videos that stream right to your phone with the push of a finger.
You can download the Sports Illustrated iOS App from the iTunes store here.
Android users can download the Sports Illustrated app here.