Apple TV will start streaming Friday Night Baseball on April 8, kicking off a series of free games that will air every Friday from now on. The first game will be between the New York Mets and Washington Nationals, with the second game featuring the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Angels. The games will be available in eight countries, including the United States. You can find the full schedule for the first half of the slate on Apple’s website.
The first half of the season will be available on the streaming service. Each Friday night will feature two new games, with 50 games each season. The app will also offer live pre-game and post-game shows. The service is available to all users for free, and Apple is using its market position and its coffers to offer live baseball to a wider audience. In the meantime, you can watch your favorite MLB games and catch the action right now on Apple TV+.
The games will be available to subscribers of Apple TV+. The app will be available on Apple devices. While rival platforms such as Google TV, Amazon FireTV, and Roku will also be available for free, Apple does not currently offer the service on Android devices. CNET has contacted Apple to inquire about the app’s availability on Android devices. If you have a smart TV, the app is ava