This guide will provide you with everything you need to watch the MLB World Series live, whether it be on TV, streaming online or listening to the live audio play-by-play.
TV Viewing Options
FOX covers the World Series
FOX will be broadcasting the entire World Series and you can watch FOX locally live either through a digital antenna (at no cost), or through a cable provider.
Cable TV providers for FOX
If you don't have access to a digital antenna or would rather a more reliable feed to FOX, several options exist. Chose between traditional cable providers, satellite TV or cord-cutting options. All links provide details on every plan with channel lineups and monthly prices.
Cable TV - Cox, Spectrum, Verizon Fios, Xfinity
Satellite TV - DirecTV, Dish Network
Internet TV - AT&T TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, TVision Home, Vidgo
Streaming & Radio Options
Fox Sports GO
All MLB World Series games airing on FOX stream live on Fox Sports Live or from their Fox Sports app. You'll have to login with your cable provider's username and password to gain access to the live stream. Game highlights are also available after every game from the site and app.
MLB.TV Subscription (audio included)
For a one-time fee of $24.99, you can watch every MLB World Series game live through MLB.TV. The way it works is you have to sign in with your cable provider info to authenticate your account with this service, so this is not a standalone option but more of an add-on.
They do include live audio to every MLB World Series game though AND every game will be available on demand shortly after the game ends, to watch in its entirety. This option is best suited for those that already have a cable package but would also like to have every game to watch on demand after the fact, and/or the ability to just listen to the audio broadcast, on any smart device.