The 2017 Major League Baseball season will come to a thrilling conclusion on Wednesday, as the Astros and the Dodgers (HOU-LAD GameTracker) will square off in Game 7 of the World Series.The American League won the Midsummer Classic, but it was the Dodgers that finished the regular season with the best record in the bigs and as a result they’ll get to host Wednesday’s winner-take-all game. The Dodgers will seek their seventh World Series title, while the Astros aim for their first in franchise history.For the second straight season, baseball’s world championship will come down to a Game 7.
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 1
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: Dodger Stadium — Los Angeles, Calif.
Starting Pitchers: Lance McCullers vs. Yu Darvish
TV Channel: Fox (check local listings)
Justin Verlander, acquired by Houston for a deep postseason run, was dominant through the first five innings. He had a 1-0 lead thanks to a solo home run by Astros leadoff hitter George Springer in the top of the third off Dodgers starter Rich Hill. It was Springer’s fourth home run in this World Series, making him the only other leadoff hitter aside from Lenny Dykstra (1993) to accomplish that feat.
Wednesday night’s World Series Game 7 has a scheduled start time of 8:20 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage comes exclusively through FOX and their affiliated channels around the nation. For live streaming, United States cable and satellite subscribers will want to use Fox Sports Go website or mobile apps, where available.
In addition, there’s the MLB.TV Postseason package. It’s down to the final game of the season, playoffs, and World Series, but picking up this subscription service will give benefits ahead of next season. That will include the ability to watch Spring Training games for the 2018 MLB season live streaming online.