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How to Listen to the World Series on Radio or by Streaming

How to Listen to the World Series on Radio

How to Listen to the World Series on Radio

The 2019 World Series — featuring the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros — is here. And what better way to enjoy this seven-game series than to listen to it on the radio, whether it's traditional terrestrial radio via ESPN Radio, satellite radio via SiriusXM, or streaming on your mobile devices.

ESPN Radio will once again provide live national coverage of all World Series games. MLB Network, MLB.com, MLB International and SiriusXM also will provide comprehensive coverage of the Fall Classic. So, where to start?

If you're in your car or at home and need to find your local ESPN Radio station, visit this link to find the nearest station to tune in. ESPN Radio can also be streamed on your computer or mobile device, by clicking here. To download the ESPN app and listen on your phone, go to the Apple Store, or get it on your Android device

For those with SiriusXM satellite radio, you can check the broadcast schedule. In short, the National broadcast will take place on SXM 89, while the home/away broadcast will be on either SXM 177 (Streaming 850) or SXM 183 (Streaming 869), depending on which team is home or away.

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Another great option is TuneIn.com. They have a free and paid options (but try out their free 30-day trail, and you'll be set for the series). You can either go directly to TuneIn.com or download their TuneIn app from Apple's App Store or from Google Play

Finally, fans can also try out fuboTV, which has a free seven-day trial, or Hulu on your computer or any smart TV, while FOX Sports Live can be streamed online with a cable subscription. If you want to watch the game on TV, find your local Fox affiliate. Here's the schedule below.

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For a deeper look at the World Series schedule, go to MLB.com/postseason or check the MLB At Bat mobile app. All games on FOX will also be available to MLB.TV subscribers who are authenticated subscribers through a participating pay-TV provider.

Now, bring on the World Series and enjoy it like grandfather enjoyed it, by listening.