How to Observe World Series Game 5 Involving the Astros and Nationals Reside without cable

Alex Bregman Astros hits a grand slam from the Nationals through the seventh inning at Game Four.
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Now it is a collection. Last nighttime that the Houston Astros evened the 2019 World Series in two games thanks to five scoreless innings from novice starter Jose Urquidy and home runs by Robinson Chirinos and Alex Bregman, the latter a grand slam which broke the match open. Tonight one group will take the lead together with the final of 3 matches in Washington prior to the show heads back to Houston. Game 5 begins at 8:07 p.m. ET (7:07 p.m. CT) on Fox. The pitching matchup is a reprise of Game 1 with Max Scherzer taking the mountain to its Washington Nationals and Gerrit Cole attempting to redeem himself to its Astros.Here’s what cable cutters will need to learn to see the World Series live without cable.

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What does the World Series schedule look like? The best-of-seven World Series continues Friday in Washington, DC. The broadcast for each game begins at 8 p.m. )ET — that’s 7 p.m. CT for fans in Houston.Sunday Oct. 27: Houston at Washington, Game 5Tuesday, Oct. 29: Washington at Houston, Game 6Wednesday Oct. 30: Washington at Houston, Game 7 (if necessary) How can I watch on TV? The World Series will be broadcast on Fox. How can I watch online? You can livestream games via the Fox Sports Go app, but you’ll need to authenticate your account to prove you’re a pay-TV subscriber.Cord cutters can watch postseason baseball with a live TV streaming service, but not every service carries every local network (Fox, in this case). See below to find out which solutions carry Fox.

Hulu with Live TV costs $45 a month and includes Fox. Click exactly the “View all channels at your area” link on its welcome page to see if you get Fox where you live.

Sling TV’s $25-a-month Sling Blue package includes Fox in select cities. (Sling TV is currently discounted by 40% for the first month.)

All of the live TV streaming services above offer free trials, allow you to cancel anytime and require a solid internet connection. Looking for more information? Check out our massive streaming services guide. MLB.TV and MLB At Bat MLB.TV and the MLB At Bat app are great for watching out-of-market baseball games during the regular season, but they’re less useful for tuning into baseball’s postseason because you must be a subscriber to a participating pay TV provider. The list is short and could be found here. If you’re a subscriber to one of the pay TV providers listed, the Postseason Package will run you $25. To sweeten the deal, the Postseason Package includes spring training games next year. Over-the-air antenna You can see the World Series on Fox using an over-that the-air digital antenna. We have suggestions for those best indoor antennas that start as low as $10. Originally published earlier this month and regularly updated with new game details.