Being a sports fan, I wanted to see what the ESPN API (just started in March 2012) had to offer (not much unfortunately unless you are a premium member) and make use of what PowerShell has to offer to pull back some data from those APIs. Using what useful APIs are available, I will show you how you can simply pull some data from ESPN and return it into a UI that you can then select from and open via your default web browser.
Get Your API!
The ESPN API is only available to those who have an API key available. First go out to http://developer.espn.com/ and register for the API.
After a minute or so you should have access to your API key.
Now we can start playing around with what we can actually query.
I mentioned before the lack of things you can query for because this is…
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