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How to Catch the World Series wherever you are

How to Catch the World Series wherever you are
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Want to watch the World Series this year? Of course you do. It's been a Cinderella season for the Kansas City Royals, and the San Francisco Giants are on their hottest streak of the season, so what's not to love?

If you're stuck without a TV, have no fear. I know a few ways you can get the games without a TV and even without a cable subscription. That means you don't have to swing and miss a single pitch.

All the games will be live broadcast via Fox, and will also be available online through MLB.TV and the At Bat app.

For a one-time payment of only $3.99 or $2.99 for a monthly subscription (free for existing subscribers), you will have access to all 7 games, if necessary.

There's also another option. If you purchase the package online for $10, you're not just signing up for the post-season, either. You will be getting access to over 200 spring training games in 2015, as well as the first month of next season.

Click here to sign up now. 

2014 World Series Schedule
GameDateMatchupTime (ET)Channel
1Tue., Oct. 21Giants at Royals8 p.m.Fox
2Wed., Oct. 22Giants at Royals8 p.m.Fox
3Fri., Oct. 24Royals at Giants8 p.m.Fox
4Sat., Oct. 25Royals at Giants8 p.m.Fox
5*Sun., Oct. 26Royals at Giants8 p.m.Fox
6*Tue., Oct. 28Giants at Royals8 p.m.Fox
7*Wed., Oct. 29Giants at Royals8 p.m.Fox

* - If necessary

But, not all that glitters is gold.

The fine print

It's important to note that you can sign up with MLB.TV, but you'll need a cable subscription for full access to the live broadcasts. It's also important to note that not all cable companies are participating, the biggest name being Comcast. Click here to see if you're still eligible. 

If you don't have a cable subscription, or are a Comcast customer, you can still sign up with MLB.TV, however, you will be able to watch the games from alternate camera angles and not the full, live, broadcast from Fox.

Also, be sure you turn off auto-renewal should you choose to use the At Bat app. You will be billed $2.99 thorough iTunes every 30 days.

Other options

Other options include grabbing an HD antenna - like the one I sell in my store. These HD antennas can pick up broadcast signals from your local stations. So, the HD antenna should cover most of your viewing needs.

And, like in the good old days before HD broadcasts and blackout restrictions, you can listen to the games on the radio. ESPN Radio will host all radio broadcasts of the World Series, beginning an hour before game time. Click here to get the ESPN Radio app for Androids and click here to get ESPN Radio for Apple gadgets. 

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Source: MLB.tv
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