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Apple TV+ July Schedule for ‘Friday Night Baseball’ Released

Apple today announced the July 2022 schedule for Major League Baseball (MLB)'s "Friday Night Baseball," a weekly doubleheader with live pre and postgame shows exclusively for Apple TV+ subscribers. "The 2022 season is off to a great start, and we’re proud to bring all baseball fans a new way to watch their favourite teams each week,...

Apple TV+ Reportedly Nearing Deal for MLB Broadcast Rights in U.S.

Apple is in serious talks with Major League Baseball (MLB) to broadcast weekday national games on Apple TV+ next season — reports The New York Post. Should a deal be struck, it would represent Apple's first foray into sports broadcasting — a space that has long been dominated by broadcast giants like ESPN, Fox Sports,...

Toronto Blue Jays Reach Milestone of 2 Million Twitter Followers

The Toronto Blue Jays have become the top Canadian sports team on Twitter, surpassing a total of two million followers. The @BlueJays have become the first professional sports team in Canada to reach two million followers on any social network. Since joining Twitter May 2009, the Toronto Blue Jays slowly increased its presence and passed 500,000 followers...

MLB Says Multitasking on iPad Increased Live Viewing 86% Year-Over-Year

In February, Major League Baseball (MLB) introduced multitasking support into its At Bat iPad app, allowing users to view its video inside the app while using Split View or outside the app using picture-in-picture. MLB tells TechCrunch that the adoption of the multitasking feature has had a “profound impact” on live video consumption on iPad....

Apple Upgrades Siri for 2016 Major League Baseball Season

On the opening day of the 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) season, Apple has upgraded Siri to help baseball fans get even more out of their digital voice assistant. According to Apple, Siri can now answer questions about more detailed baseball statistics, including historical stats going back to the beginning of baseball records (via The Verge).  Siri can now...

MLB.TV Premium is Now Only $3.99 For Rest of 2015 Regular Season

The Major League Baseball Association has lowered the subscription price of MLB.TV Premium from $129.99 per year to $3.99 per year for the rest of the 2015 regular season. For those who love Baseball, this is your chance to take advantage of MLB.TV’s great features for the rest of this year’s regular season. The price...