It’s that time of the year again where the last series of the MLB season is about to play out in the 2019 MLB World Series.

This year, the game will be between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals. All of the games in the series will be broadcasted on FOX, as well as the fact that the series is being sponsored ironically by YouTube TV.

What’s the best way to stream the game?

For starters, the cheapest way to do that will be through Sling TV. However, FOX is not available in most areas or markets, so be sure you check to see which local channels are available to you from the service before you sign up for the service.

The other options are going to be YouTube TV ($49.99 a month), Hulu with Live TV ($44.99 a month), PlayStation Vue (Starts at $49.99 a month), fuboTV ($54.99 a month) and AT&T TV NOW (starts at $50 a month). All of these services do have free trials available (usually 5-7 days).

Again, make sure that your local FOX station is available on those streaming services before you sign up for it.

For those that already have cable or satellite and are looking to stream the game on a mobile device like an iPhone or iPad, you will be able to do with the FOX Sports GO app by simply signing in with your TV provider credentials. It will also work on the Mac as well via an internet browser like Safari or Google Chrome.

FOX Sports GO is another one of those apps where you can have multiple FOX/FOX Sports stations on one screen from the Apple TV app. Right now, there are currently games that could be played on Saturday evening, October 26, 2019. If FOX is showing the World Series and FS1 is showing a college football game, you can have both games on the same screen and watch them both at once.


If there are other important streaming methods that we missed, feel free to let us know in the comments below. Good luck to both squads in the series too!