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MLB on TV this week: How to watch and stream this week’s games on Apple TV+, Peacock, YouTube and more

MLB on TV this week: How to watch and stream this week’s games on Apple TV+, Peacock, YouTube and more

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Major League Baseball has jumped on the streaming bandwagon, signing deals with five streaming services to air regular season games in 2022. The following is a schedule of all national games that will be broadcast this upcoming week, along with a brief description of when and how to watch each game on various platforms.

The MLB national broadcast schedule for this week, as well as the odds and projections for each starting pitcher (All times ET)

Tuesday, July 26 at 7:00 PM on TBS: New York Yankees (Montgomery 3-2, 3.24) vs. New York Mets (Walker 7-2, 2.55)

Game time and channel for the New York Yankees’ matchup with the New York Mets on Wednesday, July 27 at 7 p.m. (German, 0-1, 15.00) are still to be determined.

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Apple TV+, Friday, July 29 at 7 p.m.: Tigers vs. Blue Jays

Ten o’clock: Cubs vs. Giants on Apple TV+

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Boston Red Sox, July 30 at 4 p.m. FS1

7:00 PM, Cardinals vs. Nationals, Nationals Park, St. Louis FOX

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Philadelphia Phillies vs. Pittsburgh Pirates, 7 p.m., FOX

FOX at 7 o’clock, Twins vs. Padres

At nine, FS1* will broadcast the Texas Rangers’ game against the Los Angeles Angels.

On July 31 at 12 p.m., the Detroit Tigers will take on the Toronto Blue Jays at Peacock Stadium.

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Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants, 7 p.m., ESPN *-Local Stations Only

What sites will be streaming MLB games in 2022?

Amazon Prime Video: 21 of the New York Yankees’ home games this season will be broadcast exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, meaning that YES or any other outlet will not be able to show the games.

Apple TV+: During the regular season, two games are available each Friday night on Apple’s streaming service. The games are available without regional blackout restrictions, but a subscription is required to watch them.

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ESPN+ is where you can watch Sunday Night Baseball live as it is being broadcast on ESPN’s streaming service.

For the fifth year in a row, no local blackouts will apply as Facebook will air one game per week exclusively on its platform, primarily on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Starting in early May and continuing through early September, NBC’s streaming app Peacock will broadcast early Sunday games, in addition to the MLB Futures Game on July 16. All games are available to subscribers at no additional cost and without blackout restrictions.

Weekly, one game will be broadcast live on MLB’s YouTube page and a YouTube TV channel. In this case, there are no regional blackout regulations.

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TBS is back on the airwaves across the country.

In the past, TBS, aka “the Superstation,” broadcast Atlanta Braves games coast-to-coast. Since 2007, TBS has also aired either the American or National League Championship Series. On Tuesday evenings in 2022, the network will broadcast games across all of its platforms, including its carriers, website, streaming app, and the Bleacher Report app.

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