The excitement is palpable as the 2023 World Series kicks off, and it’s safe to say that this year’s contenders have thrown us all a curveball. While the Phillies and Astros dominated early predictions, it’s the Texas Rangers and Arizona Diamondbacks who’ve earned their spot in the limelight. Get ready for a heart-pounding showdown that promises to leave a mark in baseball history.
Game Schedule of World Series
Grab your calendars, because you won’t want to miss a single pitch:
- Game 1 (Texas): Friday, Oct. 27, 8:03 p.m. ET on Fox
- Game 2 (Texas): Saturday, Oct. 28, 8:03 p.m. ET on Fox
- Game 3 (Arizona): Monday, Oct. 30, 8:03 p.m. ET on Fox
- Game 4 (Arizona): Tuesday, Oct. 31, 8:03 p.m. ET on Fox
- Game 5 (Arizona, if necessary): Wed., Nov 1, 8:03 p.m. ET on Fox
- Game 6 (Texas, if necessary): Friday, Nov. 3, 8:03 p.m. ET on Fox
- Game 7 (Texas, if necessary): Saturday, Nov. 4, 8:03 p.m. ET on Fox
How to Catch the Action of World Series
No cable? No problem. You can catch all the action on Fox with a trusty HD antenna (usually around $10 to $20) to ensure you get the best signal.
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Streaming Made Easy:
If you’re looking for online options, we’ve got you covered:
Fox Sports Go app: Perfect for cable subscribers.
Disney+ Bundle: Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $15/month ($25/month for ad-free Hulu).
Hulu with Live TV: Priced at $77 per month.
YouTubeTV: Enjoy a two-week trial, followed by monthly charges of $73.
Sling TV (Orange or Blue plan): Plans start at $40 per month, with a special 50% off on your first month.
DirecTV Stream: Starting at $75 per month after a free trial.
Fubo TV: A sports lover’s dream at $75/month with a generous seven-day free trial.
For the die-hard fans, MLB.TV offers access to every postseason game, along with archived broadcasts. While there’s no free trial, you can catch the World Series games for $24.99. If you prefer audio-only, it’s just $3.99.
Keep in mind, that you’ll need a subscription to a participating Pay TV provider for live game streaming.
Rangers and Diamondbacks: A Quest for Glory:
The Diamondbacks last held the Commissioner’s Trophy in 2001, their shining moment in World Series history. The Rangers, however, are still in pursuit of their first championship, joining a select group of teams yet to taste victory on the grandest stage.