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Apple TV+ in ‘serious talks’ with Major League Baseball Trusted Reviews

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You might watch Major League Baseball on Apple TV+ in the future.

According to the New York Post, Apple has been in “substantial talks” with the league to stream MLB games on its streaming service next season. While it’s not the first time Apple has been rumored to bring live sports to its streaming service, it could be the biggest.

If the deal is finalized, it would be a major milestone in the sports broadcasting world, as Apple has long been seen as a potential staging point for major sports TV rights. One of Apple’s rivals, Amazon, has carved out a significant piece of land in the space, as it will be the exclusive home of the NFL’s “Thursday Night Football” in the fall.

The package MLB has reportedly been looking for a buyer for is ESPN’s recently abandoned weekday national game.

The package MLB has been trying to sell is the weekday national game that ESPN recently dropped. ESPN will no longer have regular Monday and Wednesday games. ESPN’s games are not exclusive to the local market. It’s unclear if Apple is allowed to isolate these select games from regional sports network coverage.

Apple is rumored to be working on some sports-related content for its streaming service, including NFL Sunday Ticket and Pac-12 deals. It hasn’t materialized yet, but it’s clear the company has its sights set on live sports.

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