After an extended Wild Card round that included 16 teams with the eight higher seeds that hosted the best of the three series, Major League Baseball has moved to a bubble format similar to1; which will also host the World Series. for the rest of its mailing season. Now 12 of these teams have been eliminated and it’s time for the league championship series. ALCS between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Houston Astros starts tonight at Petco Field in San Diego. The NLCS between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Atlanta Braves begins Monday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas ̵
The Rays sent the New York Yankees to five games and now face the Astros for the first time in ALCS history. The Astros were the only team to make the playoffs with a losing record, but could still make their second trip to the World Series in the last two years. Tampa Bay took the top seeds in the American League and hopes to ride strong pitching for the Fall Classic.
Blake Snell starts for Ray’s Sunday against Framber Valdez for the Astros. Game 1 in ALCS is scheduled for 19:30 ET (16:30 PT) on TBS, and you do not need cable to watch.
What’s the schedule for the rest of the mail season?
The American League Championship Series between the Astros and Rays begins on Sunday, October 11th. The National League Championship Series between the Braves and Dodgers begins on Monday, October 12th.
Here is the schedule announced so far.
- Game 1: Sunday, October 11, 19:30 ET (16:30 PT) on TBS
- Game 2: Monday 12 October, 16:00 ET (13:00 PT) on TBS
- Game 3: October 13 on TBS (time TBD)
- Game 4: October 14 on TBS (time TBD)
- * Game 5: October 15 on TBS (time TBD)
- * Game 6: October 16 on TBS (time TBD)
- * Game 7: October 17 on TBS (time TBD)
- Game 1: Monday, October 12, 20 ET (17:00 PT) on Fox
- Game 2: October 13 on Fox or FS1 (time TBD)
- Game 3: October 14 on Fox or FS1 (time TBD)
- Game 4: October 15 on Fox or FS1 (time TBD)
- * Game 5: October 16 on Fox or FS1 (time TBD)
- * Game 6: October 17 on Fox or FS1 (time TBD)
- * Game 7: October 18 on Fox or FS1 (time TBD)
The World Series 2020 begins on Tuesday, October 20 and airs on Fox.
How can I watch the MLB playoffs without cable?
You do not need cable or satellite TV to watch the MLB mail season. All channels that show playoff games are offered on most major, and all offer Fox for the World Series. Not all services have your local Fox station, but check the links below to make sure it is available in your area.
If you just want to watch the World Series on Fox, you can do so with a digital antenna. We have some cheap suggestions for.
YouTube TV costs $ 65 per month and includes all four channels required to watch the rest of baseball after the season. Connect your postcode on the welcome page to see which local networks are in your area. Read our YouTube TV review.
AT&T TV Now’s basic Plus 55 $ per month package includes all seasonal baseball channels except the MLB Network, which is included in the $ 110 per month Choice package. You can use its channel lookup tool to see which local channels are where you live. Read our AT&T TV Now review.
Sling offers Fox only in a handful of areas. Otherwise, its $ 45-a-month Blue / Orange package includes all post-season baseball channels except the MLB Network. To get MLB networks, you have to run for the $ 10 per month sports supplement. Read our Sling TV review.
Hulu with Live TV costs $ 55 per month and includes all seasonal baseball channels except MLB Network. Click on the “Show channels in your area” link on its welcome page to see which local channels are offered in your zip code. Read our Hulu with Live TV review.
FuboTV costs $ 65 a month and includes all seasonal baseball channels except TBS. Click here to see which local channels you get. Read our FuboTV review.
Other ways to watch baseball after the season online
is good for watching baseball games that are not on the market during the regular season, but it is less useful to tune in to baseball’s post-season because you have to subscribe to a participating pay-TV provider. The list is short and can be found here. If you subscribe to one of the pay-TV providers listed, the MLB.TV Postseason package will cost you $ 25. To make the deal sweeter, the post-season package includes spring training games next year.
Another option if you subscribe to cable is using the Fox Sports Go app. Unlike MLB.com At Bat, you can watch the World Series for free – yes, no more than you already pay for cable. The Fox Sports Go app works with iOS devices, Android devices and Amazon Kindle Fire, as well as with Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Roku and Xbox. You can also access Fox Sports Go from a computer.
You can use the free Watch TBS app or TBS.com to watch ALDS and ALCS but you have to prove you are paying for cable. The TBS app works with the Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku platforms.
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