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How to stream tonight’s historic Yankees-Red Sox game on Apple TV+ for free

Don’t panic that you could miss tonight’s potentially legendary Yankees-Red Sox matchup just because it’s on Apple TV+; chances are you can tune in for free. the Apple is broadcasting the game free as part of its weekly Friday Night Baseball feature, with coverage beginning at 6:25 pm ET and the action beginning at 7 pm It’ll take a little work and a compatible device, but you can too see if Aaron Judge will break Roger Maris’ American League home run record. Here’s how to watch.

You will need to sign in or create a free Apple ID account on the Apple TV+ website or a compatible app You may be prompted to add a credit card, but Apple will not charge you for this or any other Friday Night Baseball game. the service is available on the web for Android and computer-based viewers. iPhone, iPad, and Mac users can also try the native app.

You also have many options to look at in the living room. In addition to Apple TV boxes, you can also tune in to the Yankees-Red Sox game using the app for recent smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, HiSense, Panasonic, and Vizio. PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S owners can also watch, as can people with Fire TV, Google TV, and Roku media players. Receivers for Xfinity from Comcast and Magenta TV from T-Mobile also offer Apple TV+ apps.

Free viewing could avoid some controversy. New York State Attorney General Letitia James has been concerned enough about the TV+ exclusive to issue a statements Apple and MLB are requesting that the game be made available on the Yankees-oriented YES Network, calling the deal “wrong and unfair.” However, James incorrectly stated that people should “pay more” to watch, whether he is reading his press release or cheep (ie you have internet access), you can stream the potentially historic matchup for free. Exclusive is only really an issue if all of your devices are too old to use the app or web client.

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