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How exactly to watch Judge and Pujols FREE tonight on Apple TV+

The baseball world remains intently centered on the Yankees Aaron Judge and the Cardinals Albert Pujols because they make simultaneous pursuits of history.

Judge isn’t just one homer from tying Roger Maris American League record of 61 homers from 1961, hes also contending for the Triple Crown — the league lead in batting average, homers and RBIs. Pujols, meanwhile, is two homers shy of joining Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds in the 700 home run club.

As anticipation continues to mount, heres all you need to learn.

The Yankees (7: 05 p.m. ET vs. the Red Sox) and the Cardinals (10: 10 p.m. ET at the Dodgers) are both section of this weeks Friday Night Baseball doubleheader on Apple TV+. Friday Night Baseball happens to be free and will not need a purchase or subscription. Fans can access Friday Night Baseball games on Apple TV+ in the next ways:

  • Launch the Apple TV app and choose the overall game directly from there.
  • From the MLB.TV app, tap on Apple TV+ Game to be redirected to the Apple TV app (where available).
  • Visit and sign in with or create an Apple ID.

Judge: The Yankees matchup contrary to the Red Sox (1: 05 p.m. ET) will air on the YES Network and on MLB Network (out of market only) and MLB.TV (out of market only). MLB.TV can be acquired for all of those other regular season for $29.99.

Pujols: You can view Cardinals-Dodgers (9: 10 p.m. ET) on Bally Sports Midwest or MLB.TV (out of market only).

Judge: ESPN could have live national coverage of the Yankees series finale contrary to the Red Sox (7: 08 p.m. ET).

Pujols: The Cardinals series finale contrary to the Dodgers will air on Bally Sports Midwest (4: 10 p.m. ET). You can even watch on MLB.TV (out of market only).

Yankees (13 games remaining)

Friday-Sunday: vs. Red Sox

Monday-Wednesday: at Blue Jays

Sept. 30-Oct. 2: vs. Orioles

Oct. 3-Oct. 5: at Rangers

Cardinals (11 games remaining)

Friday-Sunday: at Dodgers

Tuesday-Wednesday: at Brewers

Sept. 30-Oct. 2: vs. Pirates

Oct. 3-Oct. 5: at Pirates

Judge: With 60 homers through 149 team games, Judge has averaged one home run every 2.5 team games this year. If he keeps up that pace, he’d finish with 65 homers, probably the most anyone has hit in a season since Barry Bonds had an MLB-record 73 in 2001. It will be the fifth 65-plus homer season in MLB history. There were nine with at the very least 60.

Pujols: The 42-year-old has hit one homer every 7.9 team games in 2022, a pace that could leave him shy of 700 if it continues. Having said that, he’s got gone deep 12 times in 42 team games since Aug. 10, an interest rate of 1 homer every 3.5 team games.

Most HR in a season, MLB history:

2001 Barry Bonds: 73

1998 Mark McGwire: 70

1998 Sammy Sosa: 66

1999 Mark McGwire: 65

2001 Sammy Sosa: 64

1999 Sammy Sosa: 63

1961 Roger Maris: 61

2022 Aaron Judge: 60

1927 Babe Ruth: 60

Most career HR, MLB history:

Barry Bonds: 762

Hank Aaron: 755

Babe Ruth: 714

Albert Pujols: 698

Alex Rodriguez: 696

Judge has sizable leads in the house run and RBI departments, but hes in a detailed race for the AL batting title. Heres where he stands in each category (through Wednesday):

AL home run leaders:

1. Aaron Judge: 60

2. Yordan Alvarez: 37

3. Mike Trout: 36

AL RBI leaders:

1. Aaron Judge: 128

2. Jos Ramrez: 117

3. Kyle Tucker: 102

AL batting average leaders:

1. Aaron Judge: .316

2. Xander Bogaerts: .314

3. Luis Arraez: .313

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