An app that lets you buy some good karma for your baseball team and an interactive that shows you what a player is worth based on the price of hot dogs at his home stadium were among the creations at Boston Baseball Hack Day held over the weekend at the Globe’s headquarters. “Rally Cry,” created by Kenji Ross, John Hamilton, Mike Paulo and Doug Pfeffer, was designed to capitalize on those times when you truly believe you can affect the outcome of a game. You know what we mean — like when you believe the Sox will win if you watch the game while wearing your favorite Snuggie.
Okay first: BASEBALL HACK DAY! Sports nerds!
Second: Barbarians present and former made “Rally cry.” I love it love it love it.