A web browser or Internet browser is a software application that allows you to view various forms of information provided throughout the World Wide Web. For more information about web browsers please, refer to the Wikipedia entry on web browsers.
A modern web browser supports standards-based web practices and development that allow MLB.com to deliver a better experience to its users. Most modern web browsers receive regular updates that enhance performance, security and functionality.
You can find out what browser you are using by selecting "About (browser name)" from the Help or Tool icon menu in most Windows browsers and the browser's name menu on Macs.
Upgrade! Internet Explorer 6 was released in 2001 and its replacement, Internet Explorer 7, was released in 2006. Modern web browsers such as the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Gooogle Chrome, and Safari have been optimized to provide a significantly better online experience.
Please contact your administrator or your IT support for assistance with upgrading your web browser.
Although existing MLB.com products will continue to work within older browsers, older browsers aren't fully compatible with many modern web practices and standards.
Future features and any improvements made to existing functionality may not run as well in your browser. In order to avoid any negative impact on your browsing experience, it is important to upgrade your browser.