Mobile Ticketing: Q&A with MLB’s Reds and Indians

We know it's a smartphone world, and pretty soon, a smartphone is all you’ll need to get in a baseball game, buy food and beer, and send witty observations about the bullpen to your 45 Twitter followers from your seat.

Major League Baseball started to push for paperless ticketing in 2012, with the introduction of the league-wise FanPass. And now teams are working more than ever with Ticketmaster,, etc., to create a seamless entry into games with just a phone.

More and more teams are trying to push fans . . .

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