How to Watch the MLB World Series

  The cheapest way to stream the World Series is with Sling TV

  What’s $30 compared to a $400+ World Series ticket? (We understand being at the actual event is much more fun … but still.)

  Get Sling TV’s Sling Blue package to watch your Dodgers and Rays on FOX for all seven games. This plan also comes with family favorites, like Cartoon Network, Food Network, HGTV, and the HISTORY channel.

  If you want to get more info on the channel lineup, the DVR, or the user experience, check out our Sling TV Review.

  YouTube TV has FOX and MLB Network

  If you want to spend twice the price for an even better streaming service, get YouTube TV. Why is YouTube TV great for baseball fans? Not only does it have the FOX channel, but YouTube TV has MLB Network.

  YouTube TV is the only live TV streaming service that includes MLB Network, NFL Network, and NBA TV for less than $70. Now, this is the perfect service for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Rams, Chargers, and Lakers fans.

  If you want to know more about the best DVR in the streaming industry or want to know which other sports channels you get with YouTube TV, check out our detailed review.

  DISH is the satellite TV service you’ll want for the World Series

  If you’re not really into the live TV streaming services and want a traditional TV experience, DISH is your best satellite TV option.

  You’ll be able to watch Tyler Glasnow’s fastball and Dustin May’s impeccable hair on your big screen TV with DISH’s America’s Top 120 package. It’s $65 per month for 190 channels, including FOX, which is a solid deal in the TV world.

  If you want MLB Network, get the America’s Top 200 plan for $90 per month, so you never miss MLB Tonight.

  Find out all of the details on DISH’s fees and DVR in our DISH Network review.

  If cable TV is what you want, you can watch the World Series with Xfinity

  Watch the Dodgers or Rays take the trophy home on FOX with Xfinity’s Starter package. You can get 140 channels for $71 per month, and we must say, Xfinity is our favorite cable TV provider.

  We know you don’t want to miss the live action of Mookie Betts in the outfield or Randy Arozarena hitting another home run.

  If you want to know more about the Starter package, or the Preferred Package, which includes MLB Network, check out our Xfinity TV review.