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Texas Rangers vs. New York Mets FREE LIVE STREAM (7/1/22): Watch MLB on Apple TV+ | Time, TV, channelThe Texas Rangers face the New York Mets in a regular season game on Friday, July 1, 2022 (7/1/22) at Citi Field in Queens, New York. Fans can watch the game for free via a trial to Apple TV+. HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO APPLE TV+Here’s what you need to know:What: MLB regular seasonWho: Mets vs. RangersWhen: Friday, July 1, 2022Where: Citi FieldTime: 7 p. m. ETTV: N/AChannel finder: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.
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— Although it was more common in the early days of the draft, McDonald is the last player to make his debut the same year he was drafted first overall. The longest wait belongs to Matt Bush, who was taken in 2004 by San Diego and finally pitched in the majors in 2016 for Texas. He’s still with the Rangers. — Appel is one of a handful of No. 1 picks who haven’t played in the majors. Steve Chilcott, picked in 1966 by the New York Mets, and Brien Taylor, taken by the New York Yankees in 1991, had injury problems. Brady Aiken, selected in 2014 by Houston, is a more recent example. Last year’s top pick, Henry Davis, has reached Double-A in the Pittsburgh Pirates’ system. TRIVIA TIMEAppel was drafted by two other teams (and didn’t sign) before the Astros picked him first overall.
With the draft coming up next month, here are a few other notes about the history of No. 1 overall picks, with some help from Baseball-Reference. com:— Although so far, 1989 is the only year four top picks have made their big league debuts, there were other seasons when three No. 1s did it. Those were 2007 (Luke Hochevar, Justin Upton and Josh Hamilton) and 1987 (B. J. Surhoff, Shawn Abner and Tim Belcher).
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Live stream: Apple TV+ (free trial)This is part of Apple’s Friday Night Baseball doubleheaders. The MLB recently announced the July double header schedule. Here’s the rest of that schedule:Friday, July 1Texas Rangers at New York Mets 7 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Los Angeles Angels at Houston Astros 8 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Friday, July 8Pittsburgh Pirates at Milwaukee Brewers 8 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Toronto Blue Jays at Seattle Mariners 10 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Friday, July 15Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies 8:30 p.
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ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Arizona Diamondbacks at San Diego Padres 9:30 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Friday, July 22Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia Phillies 7 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Cleveland Guardians at Chicago White Sox 8 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Friday, July 29Detroit Tigers at Toronto Blue Jays 7 p. ET (Apple TV+, free trial)Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants 10 p.
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