Chicago Cubs players and staff celebrate winning the NLCS after defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in action during the 9th inning of game six of the National League Championship Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
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By Alicia Adamczyk
October 24, 2016

The last time the Chicago Cubs were in the World Series, in 1945, televisions were present in just a few thousand households in the U.S. Now, fans can watch the team play from their TVs, desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

Game one of the Major League Baseball World Series starts Tuesday at 8:08 p.m. ET on FOX. Here’s how you can catch it without a cable subscription.

The easiest way to catch the games is via Sling TV, a $20-per-month streaming service. With the main package, you’ll get access to ESPN and TBS, which will play many of the games. The Sling Blue package, which is $25, also nets you FS1 and FOX, so you catch all the games. Plus, Sling offers a seven-day free trial for new customers.

Another option is via postseason.tv, from MLB, a $5 service that lets you stream alternate angle coverage. Alternatively, you can catch all the FOX broadcast games with a wireless antennae.

 

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