What you need to know
- Friday Night Baseball is coming to Apple TV+.
- There will be two live games every Friday night.
Apple has announced that it is bringing Friday Night Baseball to Apple TV+.
Apple announced the news during its March 8 event and confirmed that baseball fans in the United States and Canada will also have access to live streams and MLB replays, 24/7.
Apple says that people will be able to watch their games on all of the same devices they can watch other Apple TV+ content — TV hardware, iPhones, iPads, and much more. Apple also says that people will be able to watch Friday Night Football "for a limited time, without the need for a subscription."
The new baseball show will be available in a number of countries on day one with more coming online.
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