Where to watch Friday’s Yankees game, Aaron Judge seeking 62nd HR?

Aaron Judge to seek 62nd HR in Friday's Yankees game

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On Friday, September 30, the New York Yankees start their final regular season home series against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York. Three channels are going to telecast Friday’s Yankees game.

Fans in New York can watch Friday’s Yankees game on YES Network and Amazon Prime, while those in Baltimore can have it on MASN.

Both YES and MASN channels are available on DirectTV Stream. Meanwhile, Amazon Prime offers a free 30-day trial for those who are willing to sign up and watch Friday’s Yankees game.

Where to watch the Orioles vs. Yankees Friday game

Place Where to watch
Fans in New York YES Network, DirectTV Stream, Amazon Prime
Fans in Baltimore MASN, DirectTV Stream
Out-of-market fans fuboTV

Andrew Marchand of the New York Post says that all three Yankees games this weekend will also be shown on MLB Network for fans who don’t live in the area. Fans can use fuboTV to watch MLB Network.

Aaron Judge, who needs one home run to surpass Roger Maris’ AL homer record, will lead the Yankees. His historic record-breaking 62nd home run could become a milestone in the history of sports telecast of Friday’s Yankees game.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: MLB regular season
Who: Yankees vs. Orioles
When: Friday, Sept. 30, 2022
Where: Yankee Stadium
Time: 7:05 p.m. ET
TV: MASN (Baltimore markets only)
Channel finder: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.
Live stream: DirectTV Stream (free trial), Amazon Prime (free trial)

The last Friday’s Yankees game on Apple TV+ attracted widespread criticism after its announcers made several blunders. From wrongly identifying Aaron Judge to the lack of baseball words, the viewers highlighted their numerous mistakes.

Mickey Mantle’s card creates a record

A baseball card of Mickey Mantle that was signed decades ago set a record at an auction that ended on August 27.

The 1952 collector’s item is one of the baseball cards in almost perfect condition. It is much in demand due to featuring a Yankee legend, who defined the game with his on-field charisma.

The Mickey Mantle card fetched $12.6 million to become the most valuable sports memorabilia. Earlier, the record was $7.25 million for a Honus Wagner card.

The switch-hitting “Mick” Mantle won the Triple Crown in 1956, was named American League MVP three times, and won the World Series seven times. The player, who died in 1995 and got a place in the Hall of Fame, was known as a humble player on the field. He would often run the bases with his head down after hitting a home run.

Do you think Aaron Judge will find a place among the Yankees’ greats?

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