Tag: Baseball

Honoring Jackie Robinson

We are excited to recognize Jackie Robinson Day 2021. Check out this post to learn more about Jackie Robinson and how your MLB team can easily create a roster with duplicate jersey numbers.

What’s New for Baseball in 2021?

Here is what to expect for the 2021 baseball season:  Show Control Here is a recap of some of the new features added to Show Control in the last 12 months. Font Styles in version 2.21+ This tool allows for RTD to automatically substitute an alternative font, color, size, and style if the data becomes ...

Preparing Your Control System for Baseball

The MLB season is starting! Make sure your control system is ready.

Firing Up Your Daktronics Display

4 steps to make sure your Daktronics display is ready for the season.

Data Studio Steps Up to the Plate in Minor League Baseball

Daktronics Data Studio Baseball | MiLB is an automated stats interface to deliver player, team and game stats directly from MLBAM.

Preparing for Jackie Robinson Day

Creating a roster for a baseball game featuring duplicate jersey numbers can be a challenge. But we can help!

Ensure Your Control System is Ready for the Spring Sports Season

Here are some things to check as you are preparing for the spring sport season.

What’s New for Baseball in 2019?

Here is what to expect for the 2019 baseball season:  New Daktronics MLB OOT (Out of Town) Scores Interface Our NEW OOT Scores Interface will soon be available as a replacement for Sports Wire 4000. This new software: Uses BAM’S latest API’s for the source of the data, making it more reliable and accurate.Is built ...

On Track With the Cleburne Railroaders

Installing a new display can have a big impact on the fan experience, but it can also change the process behind the scenes. The Cleburne Railroaders installed a new Daktronics display in 2017, and have been working with Daktronics Professional Services to get up to speed on their new gear.

Bringing New Displays to Life at Angel Stadium

When the Los Angeles Angels decided to upgrade their LED technology, they looked to improve the visual experience at their ballpark with the installation of more than 23,000 square feet of LED displays – the most of any MLB stadium.