2023 World Series: How to Watch the Arizona Diamondbacks Take On the Texas Rangers

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The Arizona Diamondbacks will take on the facing Texas Rangers in Game 1 of the 2023 World Series launching Friday (Oct. 27). The big game is set to air live on Fox at 8:03 p.m. ET/5:03 p.m. PT.

The Diamondbacks will host the Rangers at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Grammy-winner H.E.R will perform the National Anthem during Game 1. Pre-game coverage starts at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT on Fox.

Keep reading for how to watch details and more.

How to Watch & Stream the 2023 World Series

The 2023 World Series will broadcast on Fox and there are multiple ways to watch, or stream the championship live and on-demand.

For starters, a TV antenna might be one of the easiest ways to watch Fox, but if you have cable or satellite, check your local listings for channel information to watch the World Series.

On a tighter budget and don’t have cable or local channels? Streaming providers are a good option for live television. When it comes to sports, Fubo TV, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV and Vidgo all have affordable streaming plans.

DirecTV offers a free trial for five days and $30 off streaming plans over three months. Subscribers can stream must-watch sports, entertainment and more, plus unlimited DVR for $64.99/month. Fubo offers similarly-priced streaming packages and a free trial for a week.

Baseball fans who join DirecTV Stream, Vidgo or Fubo TV will receive a free trial for up to a week, while Sling and Hulu + Live TV offer budget-friendly plans ranging from around $20-$77 a month (and ExpressVPN allows you to stream from outside of the U.S.).

Where to Buy Last-Minute Tickets to the 2023 World Series

There’s no shame in watching the World Series from home, but nothing compares to seeing the action in person! Be prepared to spend at least $500 though, and that’s probably on the lower end of the price spectrum.

Arizona, according to Sports Illustrated, tickets to World Series games in Texas cost an average of $1,946 compared to $1,453 for tickets to games in Arizona. Last year, World Series tickets skyrocketed to more than $3,000, the second-highest rate in a decade, per CNBC.

World Series tickets are available at Stubhub, Vivid Seats, Gametime, Ticketmaster and Seat Geek (save $10 off eligible purchases of $250+ with code BILLBOARD10. Valid on first purchases only).

Prices vary depending on the ticketing outlet and the date of the game. The cheapest tickets start at around $300 at Gametime and Stub Hub but prices might be higher for tonight’s game compared to upcoming games in the series.

If the series stretches more than four games, prices could go up even higher.

Click the buy button above to purchase tickets to the 2023 World Series and visit MLB Shop, Fanatics and Dick’s Sporting Goods to stock up gear to wear before, during, and after the championship series.

World Series 2023 Schedule

The World Series will be a historic win for both teams. The Rangers could potentially win its first World Series title in team history, and the Diamondbacks could potentially win its second World Series since 2001.

The first two games in the World Series will be played in Texas. The series will head to Arizona for three games and back to Texas for a possible Game 5 and Game 6. You can watch the World Series live on Fox (use ExpressVPN to stream internationally).

See the schedule below.

Game 1 – Diamondbacks at Rangers; Friday, Oct. 27

Game 2 – Diamondbacks at Rangers; Saturday, Oct. 28

Game 3 – Rangers at Diamondbacks; Monday, Oct. 30

Game 4 – Rangers at Diamondback; Tuesday, Oct. 31

Game 5 – Rangers at Diamondbacks; Wednesday, Nov. 1 (if necessary)

Game 6 – Diamondbacks at Rangers; Friday, Nov. 3 (if necessary)

Game 7 – Diamondbacks at Rangers; Saturday Nov. 4 (if necessary)

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