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Earlier this month, Apple announced a deal with Major League Baseball to stream games during the 2022 season. While the season was delayed due to a labor dispute between the owners and the players, the season is back on, and Apple on Tuesday announced the first half of the 2022 “Friday Night Baseball” schedule.

These scheduled games are available to anyone with internet access, for free, only on Apple TV+. “Friday Night Baseball” will premiere April 8 with two marquee games: the New York Mets versus the Washington Nationals, live from Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., beginning at 7 p.m. ET, featuring the anticipated Mets debut of three-time Cy Young Award-winner and eight-time All-Star Max Scherzer taking on All-Star Juan Soto and the Nationals; and the Houston Astros versus the Los Angeles Angels, live from Angel Stadium, beginning at 9:30 p.m. ET, featuring three-time American League MVP Mike Trout and reigning American League MVP Shohei Ohtani and the Angels taking on Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman and the defending American League Champion Astros.

“Friday Night Baseball,” is a weekly doubleheader and will be available to fans in eight countries exclusively on Apple TV+ on Fridays throughout the regular season.

Apple TV+‌ subscribers located in the United States and Canada will also have access to a 24/7 livestream that features MLB game replays, news and analysis, highlights, classic games, and MLB-themed original content and programming on demand.

“Friday Night Baseball” will include live pre- and postgame shows, and will be available on Apple TV+ in the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the United Kingdom, and for a limited time, without the need for a subscription.

The games will be available to fans in eight countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. To see the full schedule through June visit Apple’s website.

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