Tonight’s game between the Nats and the Giants — the clubs’ first clash since last weekend’s “unwritten rules” controversy in Washington, DC — is streaming exclusively on Apple TV+. It is not available on your local cable provider or MLB.TV.
For more information on accessing “Friday Night Baseball” on Apple TV+, visit Apple Knowledge Base.
No subscription is required to watch “Friday Night Baseball” on Apple TV+. To access Friday Night Baseball games on Apple TV+, simply follow these steps:
Launch the Apple TV app and select the game directly from there,
From the MLB.TV app, tap Apple TV+ Game to be redirected to the Apple TV app (if available),
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I sign in to watch free games on Apple TV+?
Sign in with your Apple ID. Learn to watch Friday Night Baseball here.
Do I need to enter payment information to watch free games?
No. Payment information is not required to watch.
What devices can I watch the matches on?
See all the ways to watch Apple TV+ here.
In which countries can I watch these games?
Games on Apple TV+ will be available in the following countries in addition to the United States: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Great Britain, Japan, Korea and Mexico.
Design: If you use other Apple products, many of the Apple TV+ streaming elements, such as the graphics from the starting lineup, will feel familiar and consistent. The clean and simple design aesthetic features the company’s classic “SF Pro” typeface.
Cameras: The shows use a “Megalodon” camera, which produces very high resolution shots, with a shallow depth of field. This creates sharp focus on the subject of the shot – a cinematic look that adds to the drama of the moment.
Integrated statistics: If you are a fan of baseball and numbers, “Friday Night Baseball” has introduced a new feature that will keep you entertained throughout the game. The built-in statistics function – displayed discreetly in the bottom right of the screen – presents continuously updated probability figures, step by step. The metric in question constantly rotates and takes into account the specific game situation. For example, what is the probability that the batter will produce a run batted in against a 2-1 pitch with runners on first and second and an out?
Melody tracker: Drop-in music is a way for hitters to show off their taste and connect with fans, and “Friday Night Baseball” kicks that experience up a notch for viewers at home. When a home team hitter first comes into the game, an Apple Music popup in the bottom right will identify their walk song.
New perspectives: Apple TV+ shows emphasize that a new and diverse group of voices call out the games. One team includes Melanie Newman (play-by-play), Hannah Keyser (analyst), and Brooke Fletcher (reporter), as well as former MLB outfielder Chris Young (analyst). The other team consists of Stephen Nelson (play-by-play) and another former outfielder, Hunter Pence (analyst), alongside Katie Nolan (analyst) and Heidi Watney (reporter).