How to watch the Yankees game on Apple TV+ tonight: FREE live stream, time, TV and channel for Aaron Judge’s home run chase against the Red Sox

The New York Yankees, led by right fielder Aaron Judge, who is closing in on Roger Maris’ American League home run record, take on the Boston Red Sox in a regular season game on Friday, September 23, 2022 (9/23/22) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York.


Fans can watch the game for free through an Apple TV+ trial.

This is what you need to know:

What: MLB regular season

Who: Red Sox vs. yankees

When: Friday, September 23, 2022

Where: Yankee Stadium

Weather: 7:05 p.m. Eastern Time


Channel Finder: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Card,Optimal/Altice,Helmsman, DIRECTV,Dish,Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live broadcast: Apple TV+ (free trial)

This is part of the Apple Friday Night Baseball doubleheaders. MLB recently announced the September doubleheader schedule. Here’s the rest of that schedule:

Friday, September 23

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees 7 pm ET (AppleTV+Free Trial)

St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers 10 p.m. ET (AppleTV+Free Trial)

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Here is the Yankees TV/broadcast schedule this week

Friday, September 23, 2022

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

Weather: 7:05 p.m. Eastern Time

TV: N/A (streaming exclusively on Apple TV+)

  • Stream via Apple TV+ here

Saturday, September 24, 2022

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

Weather: 1:05 p.m. Eastern Time

TV: YES Network, NESN (local markets), MLB Network (out of market)

  • Stream YES Network here: DirecTV streaming (free trial)
  • Stream NESN here: DirecTV Stream (free trial), fuboTV (free trial)
  • Stream MLB Network here: DirecTV Stream (free trial), fuboTV (free trial)

Sunday, September 25, 2022

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

Weather: 7:08 p.m. ET

TV: ESPN (national)

  • Stream ESPN here: DirecTV Stream (free trial), fuboTV (free trial)


Aaron Judge disappointed fans by getting stuck for 60 home runs, but he hit two doubles and scored on Oswaldo Cabrera’s first-inning grand slam that started the New York Yankees in a 14-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Wednesday night.

A day after hitting home run No. 60 to spark an impressive five-run rally in the ninth inning capped by Giancarlo Stanton’s final hit of the game, Judge hit a double on the first pitch in the first and fifth innings. Given another timeout during an eight-run eighth inning, Judge was walked on four pitches by rookie Eric Stout as the sellout crowd of 46,175 booed loudly.

Judge went 2-for-4 with 14 games remaining and came within a home run of tying the American League record set by the Yankees’ Roger Maris in 1961. Judge leads the American League in batting average (.317), home runs and RBIs ( 128), in position to become the first Triple Crown winner in a decade.

Cabrera and Gleyber Torres each had five RBIs. Torres hit two home runs in the eighth inning, raising his season total to 23.

The applause began every time Judge entered the on-deck circle, and fans stood up and took photos. Maris’s children and Judge’s family were in the stands.

He started the first against rookie Roasny Contreras (5-5) with a line drive to left field and started the fifth with a jumper over the left field wall.

New York (90-58) closed in on its sixth straight postseason berth and 24th in 28 years. The Yankees began the night 5 1/2 games ahead of second-place Toronto in the American League East.

Cabrera made the Yankees the first team in major league history to end a game with a slam and hit another in the first inning of their next game, according to STATS. The only previous teams to hit slams in the last inning of one game and the first of the next were the 1955 Boston Red Sox and the 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers.

Cabrera has three home runs and 14 RBIs in 30 games since making his debut Aug. 17. With the bases loaded on Judge’s double and a pair of walks from Contreras, Cabrera drove a hanging slider into the right-field bleachers.

New York has four slams in four games against the Pirates this season, including in back-to-back innings on July 6. The Yankees’ 10 slams this season are the most since 2012.

Harrison Bader had a two-run double in the big eighth and has five RBIs in his first two games with the Yankees.

Luis Severino (6-3) returned from a right lateral muscle strain that had sidelined him since July 13 and allowed one run on two hits in five innings with six strikeouts. He reached 98.9 mph.

Contreras struck out a career-high 10, allowing six runs on six hits in 4 2/3 innings.

Ke’Bryan Hayes had a sacrifice fly and an RBI single for Pittsburgh (55-94).


Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre won 4-3 at the Lehigh Valley on Tuesday night when Ronald Guzman hit a slam in the seventh inning.


Torres joined Joe DiMaggio, Joe Pepitone, Cliff Johnson and Alex Rodriguez (twice) as Yankees to hit two home runs in one inning.


New York’s win Tuesday averaged 539,000 on the Yankees’ YES Network, their most prime-time viewers for a game other than the Mets since 557,000 for an 11-inning game against Atlanta on Aug. 2, 2018. YES is averaging 352,000, up 23% from last year and its highest level since 2011.


Pittburgh’s ONeil Cruz received a Paul O’Neill No. 21 jersey and spoke with O’Neill, for whom he is named, via video chat. O’Neill is not vaccinated against COVID-19 and broadcasts Yankees games from his home in Ohio.


Yankees: RHP Scott Effross (shoulder strain) will activate Thursday. … LHP Zack Britton has completed his minor league rehab assignment following Tommy John surgery and expects to be active in a few days. … INF-OF Matt Carpenter (broken left foot) had an X-ray Tuesday and was cleared for more weight work. He will have another X-ray in nine or ten days. … New York is trying to pick the right time to activate INF DJ LeMahieu (right second toe), who probably won’t be 100%. … OF Aaron Hicks was feeling unwell and left the stadium before the game.


Pirates: RHP Mitch Keller (5-11, 4.03) opens a four-game series at home Thursday against RHP Hayden Wesneski (1-1, 2.30) of the Chicago Cubs.

Yankees: RHP Jameson Taillon (13-5, 4.04) starts Thursday’s opener of a four-game series against Boston and RHP Michael Wacha (11-1, 2.61), who is 8-0 in his last 12 starts .

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