The 113th MLB World Series is on and the whole October will be the months for the baseball fans as the Playoffs will continue until the end of the month. Now you might be searching for the different available options for watching the MLB World Series 2017 and stream the matches live. Here is the complete guide for watching the 113th MLB World Series 2017.
It is not possible for everyone to be near the TV every day during the games as a lot of matches are held during weekdays. So if you have got pay TV services, you will be able to stream the matches online by using the free mobile app option provided by your cable operators.
These are the different channels you will need in your cable subscription for online streaming: –
|Series||League||Required Channel||Start Date|
|Division Series||American League||FS1 or MLB||5th October 2017|
|Division Series||National League||TBS||6th October 2017|
|Champion Series||American League||Fox or FS1||13th October 2017|
|Champion Series||National League||TBS||14th October 2017|
|World Series||Fox||24th October 2017|
The Fox Sports GO app is available to the cable subscribers of channels Fox and FS1 to stream the matches. TBS has also got a similar kind of app to watch the National League matches.
Other Options to Watch MLB World Series
There are different other options available to be the part of the excitement of the 113th MLB World Series 2017 like: –
- TV: – The MLB.TV’s postseason package comes with just $24 and comes with many exclusive offers. Except for the ALDS and ALCS games on FS1, you will be able to stream every single game with this.
Read more about MLB.TV streaming details for World Series 2017 here
Options to Stream without TV
It is not possible to be in front of the Television during every single match, therefore there are several options available to stream MLB World Series on the different devices like Smartphones, tablets, laptops, and others. The list includes: –
- Play Station VUE: – It is one of the best options to watch every inning of every postseason game. However, doesn’t support laptop or computer. The charges for the service of the app cost you $44.99 per month for the core package.
- DirectTV Now: – This service is offered by AT&T which is different from the satellite TV subscription. The package for FOX, TBS, MLB Network and ESPN will cost you around $50 a month but except FS1.
- Sling: – This service is one of the most cost-effective one in comparison to others. However, the services are also restricted as it offers limited playoff games. The Orange package costs you $19.95 a month with TBS but without FOX and FS1 and the Sling Blue package comes with $25 a month which will include FOX and FS but not MLB Network.
YouTube TV the New Inclusion in the List
The YouTube TV option will cost you $35 per month which offers FOX and FS1 without the TBS and MLB Network.