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MLB: How to Watch 2022 World Series: Astros vs. Phillies Live Without Cable on November 5

The 2022 World Series continues tonight. The Astros will take on the Phillies in the Fall Classic. Here's how to watch

Raymond McCain

October is here and the pennant chase in the National and American League are heating up. The teams are set and the defending World Series champion Atlanta Braves look to defend their crown as the 2022 MLB Postseason continues. 

Fans will notice that this year's postseason will have a new format. Instead of the usual 10 teams, for the first time, 12 teams will participate in the playoffs for a chance to advance to the Fall Classic. In historic fashion, there will be four best-of-3 Wild Card Series games that will replace the usual single-elimination Wild Card Games, which will be followed by a best-of-5 Division Series. The Padres, Mariners, Guardians, and Phillies won their matchups in the World Card Series and advanced to the League Division Series.

After a grueling League Division Series, the Phillies, Astros, and Padres won their respective series to advance to the League Championship Series. In the NLCS, The Phillies were able to give the Padres a gentleman's sweep by eliminating them 4-1 and advancing to their first World Series since 2009. In the ALCS, the Astros swept the Yankees, 4-0, to advance to their second-straight Fall Classic.

When to Watch

2022 World Series Schedule

Date MatchupTime (ET)Where to Watch
Friday, October 28 Phillies 6 at Astros 5 (Game 1: PHI leads 1-0)8:03 PMFox
Saturday, October 29 Phillies 2 at Astros 5 (Game 2: Series tied 1-1)8:03 PMFox
Tuesday, November 1 Astros 0 at Phillies 7 (Game 3: PHI leads 2-1)8:03 PMFox
Wednesday, November 2 Astros 5 at Phillies 0 (Game 4: Series tied 2-2)8:03 PMFox
Thursday, November 3 Astros 3 at Phillies 2 (Game 5: HOU leads 3-2)8:03 PMFox
Saturday, November 5 Phillies at Astros (Game 6)8:03 PMFox
Sunday, November 6 Phillies at Astros (Game 7) (if nec.)8:03 PMFox

Find out how to watch all of the 2022 MLB Playoffs and World Series, below.

How to Watch 2022 MLB Playoffs & World Series Live

Fox, FS1, ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, and TBS will combine to cover all of the moments throughout the 2022 MLB Postseason. The 2022 World Series will air exclusively on Fox. Find out if your streaming service will be streaming the games.

2022 MLB Postseason Channels

DIRECTV STREAMfubo TVHulu + Live TVSling TVYouTube TV

Watch MLB Playoff Games Live for Free

Catch all of the coverage of the 2022 MLB Playoffs on Fox and ABC by watching with an antenna. AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see what channels carry Fox and ABC in your area with an antenna.

Watch MLB Playoff Games Live on Hulu + Live TV

For $69.99 per month, Hulu + Live TV is the best way to watch all of the action during the 2022 MLB Playoffs and the World Series. The streaming service includes ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, TBS, Fox, FS1, and over 75 channels. The service also includes the Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+ and  ESPN+.

Watch MLB Playoff Games Live on DIRECTV STREAM

For $69.99 per month, DIRECTV STREAM's Entertainment package includes live MLB playoff games that air on Fox, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, and TBS. The plan includes over 75 channels and unlimited DVR storage, and there are no hidden fees, or required annual contracts. 

With DIRECTV STREAM users get a 5-day free trial, and for a limited time, new subscribers can save $40 across two months.

Watch MLB Playoff Games Live on Sling TV

For $40/month, subscribers to Sling Orange can watch live MLB postseason games on TBS, Fox, FS1, ESPN and ESPN2, and over 30 channels. The service includes 50 hours of DVR storage so you will be able to relive your favorite moments and shows.

Watch MLB Playoff Games Live on YouTube TV

Subscribers to YouTube TV are able to watch the 2022 MLB Playoffs and World Series live on ABC, Fox, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, and TBS for $64.99 per month. The streaming service has over 85 channels, users can stream up to 3 devices simultaneously, and it includes unlimited DVR so you can record every game and more.

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