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How to Watch the World Series Live Without Cable

Watch the Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros battle it out in Game 4 of the MLB World Series here. Game begins tonight at 8:03 pm ET on Fox.

Aug 7, 2023; Washington, DC, USA; The MLB 2022 World Series trophy and a Houston Astros jersey are visible as President Joe Biden welcomes the team to the White House to celebrate their MLB 2022 World Series victory Monday, Aug. 7, 2023. Mandatory Credit: Josh Morgan-USA TODAY
Credit: Josh Morgan-USA TODAY

This year, the World Series is a battle of teams that many did not think they would see there. The Texas Rangers will host the Arizona Diamondbacks in what will be a showdown between two powerful teams. After shutting down the Houston Astros, the Rangers are favored against the Diamondbacks. With a chip on their shoulder and a big comeback against the Philadelphia Phillies, don’t count out the Diamondbacks just yet.

Watching the World Series has never been easier than with a sports streaming service. With plenty of options to choose from, and the freedom to watch at home, on the go, or even at a later time with DVR options, you won’t want to miss out on the final 7 games of this years MLB season.

Where can you stream the MLB World Series?

Steaming ServiceCost per MonthFree Trial 
DIRECTV STREAM$79.99+Yes
Hulu + Live TV$76.99+No
Fubo$79.99+Yes
Sling TV$40+No
YouTube TV$72.99+No

Watch the World Series on DIRECTV STREAM

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Entertainment$79.9975+Yes
Choice$108.99105+Yes
Ultimate$119.99140+Yes
Premier$164.99150+Yes

DIRECTV STREAM is DIRECTV’s streaming counterpart that offers its users a wide variety of live content to choose from. Starting at $79.99 and providing subscribers 75+ live channels is only one of the many reasons why it is such a trusted streaming service. You’ll be able to stream on unlimited devices in your home and up to three devices out of home while taking advantage of Unlimited DVR to record your favorite shows, movies, or live sports games. Take advantage of the current 5-day free trial to catch the beginning of the World Series on DIRECTV STREAM.

Watch the World Series on Hulu + Live TV

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Live TV Only$75.9990+No
Hulu + Live TV, Disney Plus, and ESPN Plus $76.9990+No
Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV, Disney Plus (No Ads), and ESPN Plus $89.9990+No

Hulu + Live TV’s channel lineup includes many sports networks, including ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, SEC, BTN, ACCN, NFL Network, GOLF Channel, and Big Ten Network. Hulu + Live TV also has several features to enhance sports streaming — if you turn a live game on after it starts, you can easily start it over from the beginning. This is perfect for watching the World Series this year if you are coming home late from work. Don’t miss out on any of the action with Hulu + Live TV.

Watch the World Series on Fubo

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Pro$74.99169+Yes
Elite$84.99244+Yes
Ultimate$99.99288+Yes
Latino$32.9957+Yes

Fubo is one of the few streaming services that includes regional, national and international sports. On-top of this Fubo has multiple add-on packages that include more than a dozen additional sports channels. Watching the World Series will be a Home Run with Fubo. There is currently a 7-day free trial available for all Fubo plans so make sure to sign up now and catch the World Series for free.

Watch the World Series on Sling TV

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Sling Orange$4031+No
Sling Blue$4042+No
Sling Orange & Blue$5548+No

For only $40 per month, you can watch the MLB World Series with Sling’s Blue plan on Fox. Or, for $15 more, you can subscribe to the Sling Orange & Blue plan, which costs $55 per month for nearly 50 different channels. 

Sling TV is one of the most affordable streaming services you’ll find to watch this best-of-seven series. Our favorite part? For a limited time only, the streaming service is offering half off your first month. This offer applies to all Sling TV plans, meaning you can watch the entirety of the World Series for just $20 with the Blue plan or $27.50 with the Orange & Blue plan. You don’t want to miss out on this special offer before baseball season comes to a close.

Watch the World Series on YouTube TV

PlanCost per
Month
Channels Free Trial
Base Plan$72.99100+Yes
Spanish Plan$34.9930+Yes

YouTube TV gives subscribers easy access to the World Series by providing over 100 live TV channels. The Base package costs $72.99 and includes Unlimited Cloud DVR and the ability to stream on up to three devices at once. On top of this YouTube TV is the sole provider for NFL Sunday Ticket so after the World Series is over, make sure to catch every NFL game of the remaining 23/24 season.

MLB World Series streaming schedule

Friday, Oct. 27 @ 8:03 p.m. Arizona Diamondbacks @ Texas Rangers (Fox)

Saturday, Oct. 28 @ 8:03 p.m. Arizona Diamondbacks @ Texas Rangers (Fox)

Monday, Oct. 30 @ 8:03 p.m. Texas Rangers @ Arizona Diamondbacks (Fox)

Tuesday, Oct. 31 @ 8:03 p.m. Texas Rangers @ Arizona Diamondbacks (Fox)

Wednesday, Nov. 1 @ 8:03 p.m. Texas Rangers @ Arizona Diamondbacks (Fox)

Friday, Nov. 3 @ 8:03 p.m. Arizona Diamondbacks @ Texas Rangers (Fox)

Sunday, Nov. 4 @ 8:03 p.m. Arizona Diamondbacks @ Texas Rangers (Fox)

All times Eastern.

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