World Series 2020: How to watch, stream Rays vs. Dodgers Game 6 today on Fox
Los Angeles is one game away from the title, while Tampa Bay will try to force a Game 7.
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Tonight's starters will be a repeat of Game 2: lefty Blake Snell for the Rays and rookie Tony Gonsolin for the Dodgers. Snell turned in a strong if abbreviated performance in his previous start to lead the Rays to a Game 2 win, while Gonsolin recorded only four outs before the Dodgers turned to their bullpen.
Game 6 of the World Series starts today, Tuesday Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) on Fox.
Read on to find out how to watch the World Series without cable.
What's the schedule for the 2020 World Series?
The best-of-seven World Series started last week at Globe Life Field, home of the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas. If it goes the distance, the World Series will end on Wednesday, Oct. 28. The Dodgers have home field advantage and act as the home team for the final two games of the series. (All times shown ET.)
MLB.TV is great for watching out-of-market baseball games during the regular season, but it's 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 can be found here. If you are a subscriber to one of the pay TV providers listed, the MLB.TV Postseason Package will run you $25. To sweeten the deal, the Postseason Package includes spring training games next year.
Another option if you're a cable subscriber is using the Fox Sports Go app. Unlike the MLB.com At Bat, you can watch the World Series for free -- well, for no more than you're already paying for cable. The Fox Sports Go app works with iOS devices, Android devices and the 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.