Discover the Early Lineup for Apple TV+’s 2023 ‘Friday Night Baseball’
Apple has just unveiled the first half of the schedule for this year’s ‘Friday Night Baseball’. These games will be included for free with your Apple TV+ subscription, which is $6.99 per month.
There are some powerhouse matchups in the first half of the season that Apple TV+ will get exclusivity for. That includes the Houston Astros heading to Truist Park to take on the Atlanta Braves on April 21. As well as the San Diego Padres heading to the Bronx to take on the New York Yankees on May 26.
Here’s the full schedule from April through June. The second half of the season will likely be announced in a few months.
- April 7: Rangers at Cubs; Padres at Braves
- April 14: Giants at Tigers; Angels at Red Sox
- April 21: Blue Jays at Yankees; Astros at Braves
- April 28: Phillies at Astros; Cardinals at Dodgers
- May 5: White Sox at Reds; Twins at Guardians
- May 12: Royals at Brewers; Cubs at Twins
- May 19: Orioles at Blue Jays; Mariners at Braves
- May 26: Padres at Yankees; White Sox at Tigers
- June 2: Brewers at Reds; Guardians at Twins
- June 9: Royals at Orioles; Mariners at Angels
- June 16: Pirates at Brewers; White Sox at Mariners
- June 23: Pirates at Marlines; Mets at Phillies
- June 30: Brewers at Pirates; Diamondbacks at Angels
The majority of these games are going to be airing simultaneously, though some will be double-headers.
These games will only be on Apple TV+
As mentioned, these games are going to be exclusive to Apple TV+. Meaning that you won’t be able to watch these on your local RSN. These are going to be national games, on Apple TV+. If you haven’t signed up for AppleTV+ yet, you can do so here. And also find out more about Apple TV+ here.
Apple TV+ is a pretty good streaming service. Apple is focusing on quality TV shows and movies, versus the quantity that Netflix has been doing. So the library isn’t quite as large as Netflix, or even close, but almost every title it has, has been a hit.