Mother's Day means free MLB.TV games all weekend
Although Mother’s Day technically isn’t until Sunday, MLB.TV is celebrating all weekend long.
From Friday through Sunday, you can stream every out-of-market game free on MLB.TV (excluding games airing on Apple TV+, Peacock and ESPN). And there’s no credit card required -- all you need is an MLB.com account.
Here’s a look at some of this weekend’s most intriguing matchups.
Mets at Phillies: The Mets have raced out to an early lead in the NL East, but the Phillies have the bats to turn this into a slugfest, and there’s always a chance things will get heated when these two clubs meet.
Brewers at Braves: These clubs squared off in the postseason last year, with Atlanta taking down Milwaukee in the NLDS on the road to a World Series title. Ronald Acuña Jr. is back from a torn ACL, and Saturday’s likely pitching matchup -- reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Corbin Burnes vs. Max Fried -- is sublime.
Rangers at Yankees: When the red-hot Yanks take on a homer-prone Rangers pitching staff, there's bound to be some fireworks. Can Corey Seager help Texas keep pace?
Blue Jays at Guardians: Come for Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and José Ramírez, stay for Friday’s electric pitching matchup between Kevin Gausman and Shane Bieber.
Nationals at Angels: Mike Trout. Shohei Ohtani. Juan Soto. Enough said.
Cardinals at Giants: Catch a glimpse of Jordan Hicks’ 100-plus mph heater on Friday, and check back in Sunday to see the Cards try to hit Carlos Rodón, who has a 1.55 ERA with 41 strikeouts in 29 innings this season.