The World Series Will Be Available to Stream in 4K via Fox App, fuboTV & YouTube TV


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Fans of America’s Pastime can watch every at-bat and homerun of the 2021 World Series in crystal clear 4K. Fox Sports announced that the chase for the pennant between the Houston Astros and Atlanta Braves will be available to stream in 4K HDR to fans using the Fox Sports and Fox Now apps.

Subscribers to streaming services will have the option to watch the World Series in 4K. FuboTV will carry the Fall Classic in 4K on FOX directly in their app. With the YouTube TV app, fans can stream and record the AL-NL showdown within the interface with the 4K Plus Add-On for an extra fee. By using the Fox Sports App, Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV subscribers can watch the World Series in 4K at no extra charge by using their TV Everywhere credentials to sign in.

Baseball Hall of Famer and World Series champ John Smoltz will be joined by Joe Buck to call all the action on the baseball diamond during tonight’s World Series Game 1. They will be joined by on-field reporters Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci to give fans an all-access look at the battle between the Braves and Astros. We have you covered on how to watch all of the 2021 MLB World Series, so you won’t miss a single inning.

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