Apple’s first Friday Night Baseball doubleheader will stream on April 8. Announced at the recent “” event, Apple will stream two exclusive MLB games every Friday until the end of the regular season. In the first doubleheader, the New York Mets will face the Washington Nationals in DC at 7:00 PM ET, with a game between the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Angels following at 9:30 PM ET. You can check out the full schedule on Apple’s † The company will share the second half of the slate at a later date.
The games are currently free to watch. All you need is an internet connection and access to the Apple TV app. An Apple device is not necessary. You can download the software on smart TVs from manufacturers such as , and , as well as consoles from and . You also don’t have to worry about local power outages. All 24 games Apple announced today will be available to TV+ users in the eight countries and territories where the company has secured the rights to Friday Night Baseball. Here’s the full list: the US, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the UK.
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