How to Watch the 2021 World Series: Astros vs. Braves on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV & More




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Baseball on the Infield Chalk Line

And then there were 2. After a thrilling Championship Series, there are new kings of the American and National Leagues. After falling behind the Red Sox 2-1 in the American League Championship Series, the Houston Astros came back to win 3-game straight, including a 5-0, Game 6 shutout, to advance to their first World Series since 2019. Their World Series opponents, the Atlanta Braves, were never behind in the National League Championship Series after eliminating the Dodgers, 4 games to 2.

After a cheating scandal that shocked the baseball world following their 2017 World Series victory, the Astros return to the Fall Classic looking to win their second World Series in their 60th season. The AL West division champions finished the regular season 95-67 record, clinching the AL West for the fourth time in the last five seasons, the Astros are looking to prove that they can win it all without cheating.

The Braves finished the regular season 88-73, winning their fourth-consecutive NL East division title. After playing the Dodgers in the NLCS for the second straight season, the Braves came out on top this time to advance to their first World Series since 1999. Atlanta’s last World Series win was in 1995, and it would be fitting for the franchise to win their fourth pennant in honor of the late franchise-legend “Hammering” Hank Aaron

Thousands of fans will be in attendance cheering on their favorite ball club throughout the World Series. MLB fans and cord cutters can find out how to watch the 2021 World Series without cable, below.

When to Watch the 2021 World Series

The 2021 World Series will take place at Truist Park in Atlanta and Minute Maid Park in Houston, beginning Tuesday, October 26. The series will have a 2-3-2 format with the winner determined by which team wins 4 games first. Since the Astros won 95 games during the regular season, they will have homefield advantage throughout the World Series.

FOX will be the exclusive home to all of the games during the Fall Classic. Below are the times and dates of each game.

  • Game 1: Braves 6 at Astros 2 (Braves win, Braves lead series 1-0)
    • When: 8:09 PM ET, Tuesday, October 26 
    • Channel: FOX
    • Recap: The Braves made a statement after winning the first game of the World Series on the road by 4 runs. Atlanta’s DH Jorge Soler was one of Tuesday night’s top performers with 2-5, HR, R, and 2 RBI. The Braves also benefited from an all-time performance by P Charlie Morton. Morton had a stat line of 2.1 IP, 0 R, H, 3 K, 2 BB, and threw 16 pitches on a broken leg. Even if the Braves do not win the Fall Classic, Morton showed that he has the heart of a champion. After taking a 102 mph shot off his right fibula, which ended up breaking, the 37-year old apologized to his teammates that he couldn’t do more. With Morton expected to be out for the remainder of the World Series, the Astros have to come back swinging when Game 2 begins at Minute Maid Park.
  • Game 2: Braves 2 at Astros 7 (Astros win, Series tied 1-1)
    • When: 8:09 PM ET, Wednesday, October 27
    • Channel: FOX
    • Recap: After striking out in Game 1, the Astros answered back with a 7-2 win in front of 42,833 spectators at Minute Maid Park. Houston’s second baseman Jose Altuve had a break-out game and nailed his 22nd career postseason home run. This was a must-win game for the Astros, as the club has tied the series 1-1 before heading back to Atlanta on Friday.
  • Game 3: Astros 0 at Braves 2 (Braves wins, Braves lead series 3-1)
    • When:  8:09 PM ET, Friday, October 29
    • Channel: FOX
  • Game 4: Astros 2 at Braves 3 (Braves win, Braves led series 3-1)
    •  When: Saturday, October 30
    • Channel: FOX
  • *Game 5: Astros 9 at Braves 5 (Braves lead series 3-2)
    • When: 8:15 p.m. ET, Sunday, Oct. 31
    • Channel: FOX
    • Recap: After being down 3-1 and facing elimination, the Astros came back swinging in Game 5 and take the series back to Houston for Tuesday night’s Game 6. If Houston can complete the comeback, they will be the 7th team in the MLB’s 117-year history to go down in the World Series 3-1 and win, securing Dusty Baker’s first pennant as a manager.
  • *Game 6: Braves at Astros
    • When: 8:09 ET, Tuesday, November 2
    • Channel: FOX
  • *Game 7: Braves at Astros
    • When:  8:09 p.m. ET, Wednesday, November 3
    • Channel: FOX

*If necessary

Where to Watch the 2021 MLB World Series

With a loaded playoff schedule consisting of the last 2 MLB teams remaining with a chance to win the World Series, fans have plenty of choices when it comes to watching each game from the opening pitch to the final at-bat. For $24.99, the Postseason Package gives fans access to stream select games live on supporting devices after authenticating to a participating Pay TV Provider in the U.S. As a bonus, the Postseason Package includes 2022 Spring Training games.

AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see what FOX channel is available in your area with an antenna.

Subscribers to live TV streaming services can check out our chart below to see if your service will be streaming today’s games. Find out how to stream the World Series in 4K here.

ChannelDIRECTV STREAM (*Starts at $69.99/mo.)fuboTV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)Hulu + Live TV (*Starts $64.99/mo.)Sling TV (*Starts at $35/mo.)YouTube TV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)

*in select markets

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