This guide will provide you with everything you need to watch the MLB World Series. No cable subscription or access to a TV? No problem. This guide has you covered.
If you're looking for a simple spoiler-free schedule, look no further. There you will find game times as well as streaming links to the games themselves. Check out:
MLB Playoffs TV Schedule
TV Viewing Options
ESPN2 - Baseball Tonight
Fox will be broadcasting the World Series this year. On their website, you will find their broadcast times and dates. The championship will be broadcast on standard TV, as well as on the typical FOX network channels in your cable TV package. For those who just wanted to get the gist of what is going on, ESPN 2's program Baseball Tonight is a good option.
Online Streaming Options
Fox Sports Go
Hulu Live TV
FoxSportsGO is a good place to start for anyone wanting to stream the World Series online, either on their computer or mobile device. MLB.TV is another option. For $9.99, you can stream the series on your mobile device using the At Bat App. For both services, you will need your cable provider information in order to gain access to their streams. Both should come in handy for those with cable subscriptions without a TV near by. For anyone who doesn't have a cable subscription but wants to stream anyway, many options are just a click away. Fubo is a good way to go, especially because they currently have a free 7 day trial, which should cover most, if not every game in the World Series. If your trial runs out, it's only a $15 monthly subscription. Sling TV's Blue Plan is only $20 a month. It includes Fox for those who live in the market where Sling TV offers a live feed. Hulu Live TV costs $40 a month and currently has a free 7 day trial. If you choose this option, be sure to check the channel lineup in your area to make sure you can watch local TV live. Youtube TV costs $35 month and offers live, local feeds of all the major networks, including FOX. They are currently doing a 30-day free trial.
For all your highlight needs, MLB's channel on Youtube should do the trick. There you'll find post-game commentary, highlights and recaps.