By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Sep 23, 2011 at 3:10 PM Photography: Jeff Sherman

If you’re heading to Miller Park this weekend for the Brewers-Marlins series, make sure your smart phone is fully charged.

You’ll probably need it to check scores ... a lot.

The Brewers' magic number, like you actually need reminding – is down to 2, meaning any combination of Milwaukee victories and St. Louis losses adds up to a National League Central championship.

While the Brewers take on Florida tonight, the Cardinals will be hosting the Cubs at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The Brewers' game starts at 7:10 p.m. and the Cardinals and Cubs get underway at 7:15.

If for some reason, your phone lacks the necessary App to follow scores, here are a few suggestions:

ESPN ScoreCenter: Scores and in-game action (including play-by-play) from the self-proclaimed Worldwide Leader in Sports. It's free and available for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone users. 

MLB At-Bat 2011: Follow the action pitch-by-pitch, listen live to any MLB radio broadcast and, if you shelled out for MLB TV, you can watch out-of-market games. The price has dropped from $15 to $5 and it's available on for all mobile platform.

Yahoo! Sportacular: For an on-phone scoreboard, this might be the best out there. Free, free and free. Also includes live play-by-play and score alerts. Available for iPhone and Android.

Be warned though, with Miller Park expected to be close to capacity tonight, cell phone service might be spotty at times. Your milage may vary, but these Apps should help you keep tabs on what's happening in St. Louis.

If you can't make it to Miller Park, the Brewers' game, of course, will be carried by FS Wisconsin. The "Brewers Live" pregame show gets underway at 6:30 p.m. If it becomes a clinching situation, the gang will probably still be on the air long after the final out, bringing you the celebration from the clubhouse and the field.

The Cubs-Cardinals game is not being broadcast by WGN tonight (Comcast Sports Channel has this one), but if you're an MLB.TV subscriber, you'll be able to watch it on your phone, computer or, if you have it, on your Apple TV. MLB dropped the price on that package, too, to $15, $10 or for mobile users, $5. Worth it for what's sure to be an exciting final few days of baseball.

If you have other App suggestions, feel free to share them below.