'MLB Sunday Leadoff' feels like meeting up with an old friend while 'Friday Night Baseball' has been more like going on a blind date.
"The angry old man call up the radio station, ‘get off my lawn,’ all ticked off that he can’t see Scherzer’s first start because god help...
“What a way to get the season started. You get baseball, and you lose baseball. You get deGrom, you don’t get Scherzer…"
The Dodgers' Jackie Robinson Day game April 15 is among those exclusively available on Apple TV+.
The service is still very much in development, and team owners won’t have a chance to really see anything until the next meeting in May.
Fans will have to download Apple TV+ if they don’t have it already. The Washington Post reported the free access is for a limited time.
SNY's app is an in-market service. Viewers will still need their cable, satellite, or TV Everywhere credentials to access the app.
The service would launch with broadcasts for five MLB teams - the Royals, Rays, Brewers, Marlins, and Tigers.
“Even if they convert hypothetically zero of those fans, they’re still getting a new revenue stream that was not there before."
Michaels' three-year deal will be "in the Joe Buck neighborhood," which presumably means that the legendary broadcaster will earn in the $15 million per year range.