Apple TV+ has announced that its schedule of MLB games will remain free for the rest of the season.

The streamer has offered an exclusive Friday night doubleheader of MLB games this season as part of a new agreement with the league. Apple said last month the games would be free at least until end of August. But on Thursday, Apple revealed its September schedule and said the games will continue to be free for the remaining month of the season.

Apple TV+, which also streams original movies, TV shows and documentaries, normally costs $4.99 a month.

The Apple games are not broadcast anywhere else, including the teams’ regional sports channels MLB Extra Innings, or MLB.TV.

To watch a game for free on Apple TV+, you will need an Apple ID. If you already own an Apple device, such as an iPad or iPhone, you probably have one. But if you don’t, you go to the Apple TV+ web site and click the Sign In button in the right hand corner of the Home Page. A screen will display with instructions on how to sign up. Click the ‘Create New Apple TV ID’ link.

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Then, about 30 minutes before the game begins, open the Apple TV+ app or go to its web site. You’ll see the game listed in a thumbnail on the Home Page. Click on the thumbnail and start watching.  Pre-game shows usually begin about 30 minutes before first pitch.

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Here’s the Apple TV+ MLB schedule for the remaining eight weeks of the season:

Friday, August 5
Washington Nationals at Philadelphia Phillies
7 p.m. ET
Cincinnati Reds at Milwaukee Brewers
8 p.m. ET
Friday, August 12
San Diego Padres at Washington Nationals
7 p.m. ET
Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets
7 p.m. ET
Friday, August 19
Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees
7 p.m. ET
Texas Rangers at Minnesota Twins
8 p.m. ET
Friday, August 26
Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox
7 p.m. ET
Cleveland Guardians at Seattle Mariners
10 p.m. ET
Friday, September 2
Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves
7 p.m. ET
Philadelphia Phillies at San Francisco Giants
10 p.m. ET
Friday, September 9
Cleveland Guardians at Minnesota Twins
8 p.m. ET
Atlanta Braves at Seattle Mariners
9:30 p.m. ET
Friday, September 16
Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays
7 p.m. ET
Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants
10 p.m. ET
Friday, September 23
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
7 p.m. ET
St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers
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