Apple TV+ and MLB Announce 'Friday Night Baseball'

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Hey, batter batter — if you've been waiting through the long, cold winter months for baseball to return, we've got some exciting news: Apple TV+ has just announced their latest collaboration with Major League Baseball to bring fans exclusive content each week via their new program Friday Night Baseball.

Friday Night Baseball will be a weekly double-header with pre- and post-game programming that will be available as soon as the MLB 2022 season begins. Fans will also be able to watch "marquee games" without broadcast restrictions from any Apple TV device. That means anyone with an Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Mac and various smart TVs will be able to stream Friday Night Baseball — which sounds like a home run to us.

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"Apple is the ideal partner to bring Friday Night Baseball to fans around the world," said MLB’s chief revenue officer of the newly announced programming. "This robust new game package is the perfect next collaboration in our long history of offering quality and innovative content to our fans." 

The innovative content will be available to stream in eight countries with plans to expand. And, Apple TV+ subscribers in the United States and Canada can also enjoy access to game replays, news and analysis, highlights, classic games and more. Score!

Sign up for Apple TV+ now and don't miss a single second of this exclusive look into this season of Major League Baseball.

Stream pre- and post-game shows, get exclusive "marquee games" and much, much more during the MLB 2022 season, only on Apple TV+.


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