How to watch Cardinals-Dodgers on Apple TV, September 23, 2022

Tonight’s game will feature Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols’ chase for 700 people in Los Angeles, where he played for the Angels and Dodgers from 2012-21, and will be broadcast exclusively on Apple TV+. Not available on your local cable provider or MLB.TV. But don’t worry, the game can be watched for free here.
The first pitch is scheduled for 10:10 p.m. ET, with Pujols, seated at 698, looking to become the fourth member of the 700-strong Homer club.
All you need is an Apple ID. Below is a breakdown of how to watch the game.
For more information on how to access “Friday Night Baseball” on Apple TV+, visit the Apple Knowledge Base.
How to watch:
No subscription is required to watch “Friday Night Baseball” on Apple TV +. To access the “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 on Apple TV + Game to be redirected to the Apple TV app (if available),
Frequently asked questions:
Do I need an Apple account to watch free games?
yes. You must have an Apple ID. Your Apple ID is the account you use across all of your Apple devices, including your iPhone. Learn how to create a new Apple ID here.
How do I sign in to watch free games on Apple TV +?
Sign in with your Apple ID. Learn how to watch Friday Night Baseball here.
Do I need to enter payment information to watch free games?
no. Payment information is not required to view.
What devices can I watch games on?
Find out all the ways to watch Apple TV + here.
In which countries can I watch these games?
Games will be available on Apple TV + in the following locations in addition to the United States: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Great Britain, Japan, Korea, and Mexico.
Notable features:
design:
If you’re using other Apple products, many Apple TV+ streaming elements — such as the start menu graphics — will look familiar and consistent. The clean, simple design features the company’s classic “SF Pro” look.
cameras: Broadcasts make use of the Megalodon camera, which produces extremely high-resolution footage with a shallow depth of field. This creates a sharp focus on the subject of the shot – a cinematic feel that adds to the drama of the moment.
Integrated stats: If you are a fan of baseball and numbers, “Friday Night Baseball” has introduced a new feature that will keep you entertained throughout the match. The integrated statistics function, displayed unobtrusively at the bottom right of the screen, displays constantly updated probability numbers on a step-by-step basis. The respective scale is rotated and constantly takes into account the specific game state. For example, what is the probability that a hitter will produce an RBI when he encounters a 2-1 throw with the runners in first, second, and one outside?
tune tracker: Guided music is a way for hitters to show their flair and connect with fans, and “Friday Night Baseball” elevates that experience to a high standard for home viewers. When a home team member comes to the board for the first time in the game, the Apple Music pop-up in the lower right will select their walking song.
new Horizons: Apple TV+ broadcasts focus on having a new and diverse set of voices calling out for games. One of the crew includes Melanie Newman (game after game), Russell Dorsey (analyst) and Tricia Whitaker (reporter), along with former MLB player Chris Young (analyst). The other crew consists of Stephen Nelson (game after game) and another former defense player, Hunter Pence (analyst), along with Katie Nolan (analyst) and Heidi Watney (reporter).

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