Here’s where you can live stream the rest of the World Series games
While there’s no crying in baseball, getting a little misty eyed if you can’t find the World Series game is okay. Since many people aren’t subscribing to cable companies anymore and streaming sites seem to be cheaper and more accessible, watching the last two games in the World Series couldn’t be easier.
Game 6 is scheduled to be played tomorrow at 8:08 PM EST, with the Tampa Bay Rays playing the Los Angeles Dodgers at Globe Life Field. Leading the Rays in the series 3-2, tomorrow’s game may be the one where the Dodgers win the whole thing and take their seventh World Series title.
Due to the pandemic, this World Series is being played at one single stadium rather than switching between opposing teams’ hometowns. This has evened the playing field, if you will. The Dodgers won the first game 8-3 and lost the second, 4 to 6. The next two games had similar outcomes with the Dodgers winning Game 3 (6-2) and losing Game 4 by one point (7-8). They won last night’s game, 4-2.
What we can expect
Right-handed rookie Tony Gonsolin is slated to be the starting pitcher with the Dodgers tomorrow. While Gonsolin had a pretty fruitful regular season, he has failed to carry that success over into the postseason. Comparatively, the Rays have announced that left-handed pitcher Blake Snell will start for them. Snell pitched a no-hitter for the first four innings in Game 2 on October 21.
If the Dodgers win tomorrow, the series is over. However, if the Rays win, tying the series 3-3, the final game will be played Wednesday at 8:09. Luckily, the following streaming services can help you make sure that you catch all the action.
FuboTV should be the go-to tv streaming app for sports. After all, the company started out as a soccer streaming service. It’s available as an app on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox One and most mobile devices. Offering a free seven day trial, the service has access to FOX, the channel broadcasting the series. After the trial, FuboTV’s basic plan is $59.99 a month.
A similar setup to FuboTV, Sling is available on AirTV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox One and even Oculus. The service offers two plans for the same price of $30. However, if you’re a sports fan, make sure you have the blue plan. The orange plan has ESPN, but the channel may not have the game you’re looking for. Sling also has a sports package with extra channels available for an extra $5 a month.
While downloading or accessing the FOX Sports app or website is free, you need to prove you have a cable provider to actually watch anything. If the other services on this don’t interest you, the FOX Sports website has an extensive list of traditional cable providers.
Hulu + Live TV
You can watch Hulu anywhere. Downloading the app is easy from your phone or cable alternative, as is logging in & watching the game. You can also easily access Hulu from your computer by visiting their website. You can find the app on your TV with an Apple TV, Chromecast, Echo Show, Fire TV & Fire Stick, Roku, LG TV, & Samsung TV, Nintendo Switch,Xbox One & Xbox 360. Hulu’s live TV option costs $54.99 a month.
Youtube TV might be the most accessible app of the bunch. You can access Youtube TV the same way you watch Youtube videos. For $64.99 a month, you have access to eighty-five channels, including the official NFL, MLB, NBA networks. With this service you can watch the game live and then look for press conference clips all in the same app.
The phone company has officially added cable provider to their resume. With their basic package offering sixty-five channels, a free year of HBO Max and 500 hours of cloud DVR space, AT&T TV might be the best option to watch the World Series if you were already planning on switching your TV provider. Packages start at $59.99 a month.