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Apple normally charges $5 per month for Apple TV Plus, but its baseball games this season are available for free to "anyone with internet access."
You can watch the games on any devices that have the Apple TV app. This includes iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs and Macs as well as streaming platforms like Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Google's Android TV and Google TV.
If you have a game console, there is an Apple TV app for Microsoft's Xbox One and Xbox Series S and X, and Sony's PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Recent TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony and Vizio also may have Apple TV apps. More details on supported devices can be found on Apple's site.
Apple does not have Apple TV Plus apps for Android devices or Windows computers, but it does let you stream its shows, and these games, using a web browser by going to tv.apple.com.
You will, however, need to sign in to or make an Apple account to watch the games.
No. These broadcasts are exclusive to Apple TV Plus, so you will not be able to watch them on your local regional sports network.
Stephen Nelson (play-by-play), Katie Nolan (analyst), Hunter Pence (analyst) and Heidi Watney (reporter) will call the Yankees/Red Sox game.
Wayne Randazzo (play-by-play), Russell Dorsey (analyst), Chris Young (analyst) and Tricia Whitaker (reporter) will call the Dodgers/Cardinals matchup.
Apple currently broadcasts games in 1080p HD.