It's every baseball fan's favorite time of year. That's right, it's time for the World Series again! The National League champs the Los Angeles Dodgers are squaring off against the American League's Boston Red Sox this year, pitting the West Coast against the East Coast in what should be a very exciting series.

The Red Sox, who've won three titles since reversing the curse in 2004, enter the World Series with the best record in baseball, going 108-54 through the regular season and the playoffs, where they defeated first the New York Yankees and then the Houston Astros. The Dodgers had a tougher time on their way to the top, going 92-71 this season before winning a decisive Game 7 against the Milwaukee Brewers to win the NLCS. They're looking for redemption after last year's heartbreaking loss to the Astros in Game 7.

Can the Dodgers pull it out for their first World Series win since 1988? Or will the Red Sox bring glory back to Fenway Park for the first time since, uh, 2013? If this World Series stretches to seven games, it'll wrap up on Halloween.

Right, enough about stats and more about being able to watch everything. Here's how you can watch the World Series on TV and online.

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Game Schedule

Game 1 (in Boston): Tuesday, Oct. 23 - 8:09 p.m. ET/5:09 p.m. PT
Game 2 (in Boston): Wednesday, Oct 24 - 8:09 p.m. ET/5:09 p.m. PT
Game 3 (in Los Angeles): Friday, Oct. 26 - 8:09 p.m. ET/5:09 p.m. PT
Game 4 (in Los Angeles): Saturday, Oct. 27 - 8:09 p.m. ET/5:09 p.m. PT
Game 5 (in Los Angeles): Sunday, Oct. 28 - 8:15 p.m. ET/5:15 p.m. PT
Game 6 (in Boston): Tuesday, Oct. 30 - 8:09 p.m. ET/5:09 p.m. PT
Game 7 (in Boston): Wednesday, Oct. 31 - 8:09 p.m. ET/5:09 p.m. PT

How to Watch On TV

Fox is hosting the World Series this year, with Game 1 beginning Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 8:09 p.m. ET/5:09 p.m. PT. Fox Sports will lead you through the game coverage as well as post-game interviews and analysis.

How to Stream

Fox: The network will also be streaming the games on their website, available with your cable login.

fuboTV: The streaming service will also stream the games live and you can start a free trial today that will get you through Game 6!

Hulu Live, DirecTV, Sling TV, Playstation Vue and YouTube TV: Each of these streaming services will also be streaming the games live as long as you have an account. They stream online, on Smart TVs (or your console in the case of Playstation) and your mobile devices.

How to Watch On Your Phone and Devices

Fox Sports App: If you have a cable account with Fox you can also watch the game on the go with the Fox Sports App which is available on all major devices!

MLBatBat App — The subscription plans are $2.99/mo or $19.99/year but you can watch live games, get score updates and more. The app works for iPhones, iPods and iPads as well as Android and Kindle Fire devices.

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