Apple's 'Friday Night Baseball' Returns April 7: How to Watch, 2023 MLB Schedule and More
— a live broadcast of MLB games on Apple TV+. Apple announced on Wednesday that broadcasts of Major League Baseball games on Apple TV+ this season will require a subscription to the service.Kicking off with a doubleheader on Friday, April 7, the Texas Rangers face the Chicago Cubs, followed by the San Diego Padres facing the Atlanta Braves. Just like last year, Apple will show two live baseball games every Friday night with a rotating cast of teams. Now, you will need an Apple TV+ subscription, which costs $7 per month with a seven-day free trial, if you want to watch.Sign up for Apple TV+Apple and MLB also announced the schedule for the first half of the season, which will last through June 30. This year, Wayne Randazzo and Alex Faust are handling the play-by-plays, joined by analysts Dontrelle Willis and Ryan Spilborghs, and sideline reporters Heidi Watney and Tricia Whitaker. Live pre- and postgame coverage will again be hosted by Lauren Gardner, along with Siera Santos.Beginning MLB Opening Day, fans in the U.S.