Friday Night Baseball: How to watch Washington Nationals at San Francisco Giants on Apple TV Plus

The Washington Nationals take on the San Francisco Giants on Friday Night Baseball on Apple TV+ tonight! The game is free in the United States, but you will need to follow certain steps. Here’s how to watch.

How to watch the Washington Nationals game against the San Francisco Giants on Apple TV+

You can watch the Nationals at Giants on Apple TV+ by following this link:

Washington Nationals at San Francisco Giants

When you land on tv.apple.com, you can scroll down to find the Friday night baseball section, which will include listings for each live game.

When you are there, you can simply tap or click on the game icon to start your viewing. If you’re in the app on any compatible device, just launch the TV+ app and select the game to watch. You may need to swipe left in the Apple TV+ app to see Friday Night Baseball. The game will only be streamed live, which means pause, fast forward, and other playback controls won’t be available.

You can also access Apple TV+ games from the MLB.TV app, which will redirect you to the Apple TV app if the game is available where you live.

What time is the Washington Nationals game against the San Francisco Giants on Apple TV+?

The Washington Nationals at the San Francisco Giants are scheduled for 10 p.m. ET on Friday, April 29.

Do I have to pay Apple TV+ to watch the Washington Nationals at the San Francisco Giants?

No, tonight’s game is free. Friday Night Baseball is free on Apple TV+ for a limited time only, and Apple has confirmed that at least the first 12 weeks of the season will stream for free to anyone with internet access for a total of 24 games.

Once this free period is over, you’ll need an Apple TV+ subscription, currently at $4.99 per month unless you get a free trial that comes with the purchase of most Apple products for up to three months. Apple also offers a 7-day free trial on its website.

What devices can I watch Washington Nationals at San Francisco Giants on Apple TV+?

The following devices support Apple TV+:

  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • Ipod touch
  • Mac
  • Apple TV 4K and HD
  • Smart TVs with the Apple TV/TV+ app, including Samsung, LG, Panasonic and Sony
  • PlayStation and Xbox game consoles
  • Cable boxes
  • Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices
  • Chromecast with Google TV

You can also simply watch online at tv.apple.com on any device with internet access.

Where is the Washington Nationals vs. San Francisco Giants game being shown?

The game streams in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and South Korea.

Can I use a VPN to watch Washington Nationals at San Francisco Giants on Apple TV+?

Apple broadcasts its baseball games in the aforementioned nine countries. While a VPN might be your best friend for other streaming services, Apple’s regional restrictions almost certainly won’t allow this workaround, as they’re based on where your Apple ID is located.

Do I need an Apple ID to watch Washington Nationals at San Francisco Giants on Apple TV+?

While the first 24 Friday Night Baseball games stream for free on Apple TV+, you’ll need an Apple ID to sign in and access the service. You can check out our guide on how to create a new Apple ID here. Users do not need to enter any payment information to watch the match.

Can I watch the Washington Nationals at the San Francisco Giants on cable or MLB.TV?

No. The game is not available on any cable channels or MLB.TV. It is exclusive to Apple TV+.

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