How to watch, stream and listen to the World Series

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World Series Fenway Park
Grounds crew members paint the World Series logo behind home plate at Fenway Park, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, in Boston as they prepare for Game 1 of the baseball World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers scheduled for Tuesday. –AP Photo/Elise Amendola

The Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers begin their battle to take home the World Series Championship Tuesday night. The two teams will meet in the Series for the first time since 1916, when the Dodgers were a club from Brooklyn, not L.A.

Tickets to catch the game live at Fenway Park are selling for about $2,000 a pop, but if you’ll be enjoying the game from outside the park, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few ways to watch, stream and listen to the World Series.


All seven World Series games will air on Fox. If you subscribe to MLB.TV, you’ll be able to get these games for free if you use a participating TV provider.



Games will be available for streaming on the Fox Sports GO! website, as long as you sign in with an account or a participating TV provider. The Fox Sports app, available for both iOS and Android, will also be streaming the World Series games. Check out this list of compatible devices for MLB.TV streaming.

Some streaming sites will carry the games live from Fox for subscribers: Hulu Live, DirecTV, Sling TV, fuboTV, and Playstation Vue. These apps will allow subscribers to log in and stream through their local Fox affiliate.

The Series is presented by YouTube TV, which will also air game coverage. With a YouTube TV account, you can watch anywhere you watch YouTube—laptop, phone, or Smart TV.


Fans in the Boston area can find to Red Sox coverage on radio channels 93.7 WEEI, SiriusXMESPN Radio and MLB Network.