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How to watch the World Series via live online stream

The 2020 World Series is upon us! We break down how to watch the Rays and Dodgers face off in the Fall Classic via live online stream.

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A FOX Sports camera man gets ready for the television broadcast before an NFL game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks on December 22, 2019, at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA. Photo by Jeff Halstead/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers will open the 2020 World Series on Tuesday in Arlington, Texas. The Texas Rangers’ stadium, Globe Life Field, will play host to the Fall Classic as MLB wraps up a season altered due to Covid-19.

After three rounds of the playoffs broadcast primarily on cable, the World Series will air exclusively on FOX. Anybody with even just antenna TV will be able to watch the Rays and Dodgers square off for the Commissioner’s Trophy. However, not everybody has a television, and plenty of folks might not be around a TV at 8 ET when the World Series is getting underway on a given day.

If you have some kind of cable access and won’t be around a television, you can either log-in at the FOX website or you can download the FOX NOW app on iOS or Android. Both allow you to watch live FOX broadcasting with your cable log-in.

If you have one of many streaming services, the World Series will be available on Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, and FuboTV. If you don’t have any of these services, they each offer a free trial, usually either one week or two weeks. If you want to watch the 2020 World Series, hop on any of them and you’ll be good to go.