How to Live Stream the 2015 MLB World Series

MLB_2015_World_Series_LogoGame 1 of the 2015 MLB World Series begins Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. But if you’re away from your main TV and don’t want to miss the opener, how can you live stream it? FOX will be broadcasting every game of the World Series, and here are a couple ways to legitimately stream the game to internet-connected devices.

FOX Sports GO

FOX Sports GO will be streaming the 2015 World Series on PCs (via internet browsers), tablets, smartphones, and other devices with the FOX Sports GO app. And, the service is most likely included as part of your pay TV subscription — you just have to authenticate it.

To start streaming with FOX Sports GO just sign in with the username/password associated with your TV provider, either on foxsports.com or through a supporting app from iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, or Windows.

TV providers that will authenticate FOX Sports GO include AT&T U-verse, Bright House Networks, Cablevision Optimum, Charter Spectrum, Comcast Xfinity, COX, DIRECTV, DISH, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon FiOS among many others.

(Streaming media players: Fox Sports Go is available on Amazon Fire TV, not for Apple TV, Chromecast, or Roku.)

MLB.TV subscribers

MLB.TV will also be streaming the entire World Series to eligible subscribers in the US. To start streaming, go to MLB.com’s posteason activation page, select your pay TV provider, log-in with the username/password affiliated with that provider, then link to an MLB.com account. The authentication is only required one time.

Participating TV providers include Arvig, AT&T U-verse, Bright House Networks, Buckeye, Cablevision Optimum, COX, DIRECTV, DISH, Suddenlink, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS, and WOW!.

MLB.TV is currently $9.99 for the postseason and includes access to 2016 Spring Training Games.

FOX is host to the entire 2015 MLB World Series, and all games are scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET with pre-game coverage starting at 7:30 p.m.

(Streaming media players: MLB.TV is available on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku, but not Chromecast.)

Please note, some blackout restrictions may apply.

 

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