Astros vs Dodgers

Astros vs Dodgers

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Astros vs Dodgers Live Stream

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 1
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: Dodger Stadium — Los Angeles, California
Starting Pitchers: Lance McCullers Jr. vs. Yu Darvish
TV Channel: Fox (check local listings)
Online Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

Astros vs Dodgers Live Stream

The October Spectacular will have to end in November, as we’re getting a bonus game. A winner-take-all Game 7 in which trade deadline acquisition Yu Darvish will face off against Lance McCullers Jr. in the biggest game of their respective careers. The Dodgers brought Darvish on for starter depth in case of a deep run, and in spite of a historically bad start in Game 3, he’s ready to try and redeem himself. Clayton Kershaw will likely be a bullpen option, and with Kenley Jansen finally looking like himself in Game 6, Dave Roberts may have some trust in his bullpen again.

The bats were finally quieted Tuesday, as both teams put up a total of only four runs. Yasiel Puig and the Dodgers will try to touch up McCullers Jr. early, whereas Jose Altuve and the Astros’ lineup will be looking to run Darvish out again. It’s the second year in a row we’ve gotten Game 7, and last year’s a was a trip. There’s no reason, based on how this series has gone, to think that this one will go any differently. Roberts and AJ Hinch will be pulling out all the stops, and Astros ace Justin Verlander will likely be jawing to pitch on zero days rest in the Astros dugout. For the Dodgers, they’ll need to win their second straight game after being down 3-2. The Astros are simply trying to win that elusive closeout game.

The Dodgers and Astros have played one of the most memorable postseason series in recent history – and now they even get the chance to top the finale of last year’s World Series.

Just a year ago, the Chicago Cubs ended their 108-year championship drought with a 10-inning thriller in Game 7. Chicago got extra-inning RBIs from MVP Ben Zobrist and Miguel Montero in a landmark victory over the Cleveland Indians, whose own drought reached 68 years last fall.

Another significant drought will end at Dodger Stadium, which has never hosted a World Series Game 7 in its storied history.

The Astros haven’t won a title in 56 seasons of existence, while the Dodgers haven’t raised the trophy in 29 years.

”This series has been back and forth,” Houston manager A.J. Hinch said. ”Two incredible teams trying to get to the finish line. And so now, obviously, it’s good for our sport. Necessarily bad for us, because we wanted to win (Game 6). … Both teams will be ready to play with about as much energy as you could possibly imagine in Game 7.”

The Astros, who began life as the Houston Colt .45s, had only reached one World Series and never won a game in the Fall Classic until this year. They have moved to the brink of reversing a curse of sorts leveled in 2014 by the noted jinx artists at Sports Illustrated, who put them on the cover as ”Your 2017 World Series Champs” in a story about the franchise’s rebuilding project.

The Dodgers won one World Series in Brooklyn and five more on the West Coast between 1959 and 1988, but hadn’t returned to the World Series since. With the majors’ highest payroll and innovative manager Dave Roberts directing a mix of veteran stars and young talent, the Dodgers have returned to championship contention with five straight NL West titles – but the group has never been this close to winning it all.

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