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MLB News: Apple TV to Broadcast “Friday Night Baseball”



It’s anyone’s guess as to when the MLB regular season will start. When they do, some baseball fans might need yet another streaming subscription. According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, Apple TV will be broadcasting MLB games in 2022.

John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal had some additional details.

At this time, the amount that Apple paid for the rights is not publicly available. Additionally, Ourand notes that Peacock (NBC) is also in discussion with MLB to stream regular season games.

Apple will also be launching a weeknight highlight show called “MLB Big Inning” and be providing a “24/7 livestream” with replays, highlights, etc.

MLB will be producing the “Friday Night Baseball” games. The schedule has not been released, but should become available once the lockout is over.

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