Friday night’s baseball game on Apple TV Plus may feature some historic moments thanks to Aaron Judge and Albert Pujols. You can watch for free as well.
Watch tonight’s game free on Apple TV+— New York Yankees (@Yankees) September 23, 2022
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How to Watch:
•Launch the Apple TV app on your Apple device, smart TV, gaming console, streaming device, or visit https://t.co/oCqJW2ggQX
•Tap or click Apple TV+ Major League Baseball pic.twitter.com/coBzB0Sd0Q
Baseball games are streamed on Apple TV Plus whether you like it or not. This evening, two possibly historic games will be streamed for free on the iPhone manufacturer’s service, continuing its season-long Friday night game broadcasting.
At 7:05 p.m. ET, the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will face off (4:05 p.m. PT). Baseball’s most famous rivalry usually draws attention, but now that the Yankees are practically guaranteed a playoff spot and the Red Sox are all but out of the playoff picture, all eyes are on Judge.
Apple TV off to a HOT start pic.twitter.com/JISCAmfZzE— Starting 9 (@Starting9) September 23, 2022
The Yankee great Roger Maris set the American League record in 1961 with 61 home runs, one fewer than Judge currently has this season with 60. On Thursday night, the Yankees’ star outfielder was just feet away from making the winning shot.
Another historic home run could be hit in the second game of the night on Apple TV Plus. At 10:10 p.m. ET, the St. Louis Cardinals will play the Los Angeles Dodgers in California (7:10 p.m. PT). While the 88-win Cardinals are getting closer to making the playoffs, the 104-win Dodgers have already clinched the NL West title. But just like the Yankees game, one player in particular—the legendary Cardinals outfielder and former Dodger Albert Pujols—and his quest for 700 home runs will be the focus of attention. His current career total is 698 dingers.
the apple tv announcers are atrocious, i can understand why the yankees were trying to negotiate with them 😭pic.twitter.com/2cvG9h7aRd— ryan (@hoodieglasnow) September 23, 2022
The only way to view either game is through Apple TV Plus because both of these matches are on Apple’s streaming service. Even if you live in a local market like New York or Los Angeles, they won’t air on television at all.
Here is all the information you need to know about these games and how to watch the remaining baseball games on Apple TV Plus.
Apple TV is a clown show https://t.co/FKKfqoH9FZ— Eric Hubbs (@BarstoolHubbs) September 23, 2022