The Athletic projects MLS' total media revenues (including sublicensing) to approach $300 million a year, but production costs to approach $60 million a year, maybe more with start-up costs in the first couple of years. Still, that's a large boost over what the league was making.
"My sources say it’s Apple’s to lose, at this point. (One source told me this weekend that the deal is actually done and is being kept quiet at Apple’s request, which I haven’t confirmed and don’t know for a fact; Apple isn’t commenting.)"
Andrew Marchand of The New York Post reported that Apple and MLB have had "significant" talks, but it's unclear just how many games are under discussion, if there would be exclusivity or not, and more. We'll see where this goes.
We're a long way from a company winning Sunday Ticket rights, or from a determination of what Sunday Ticket will look like in 2023, but it's notable that NFL sources are at least discussing the possibility of single-team options.