The Houston Astros are battling the Texas Rangers in a series that has been full of drama. The Rangers trailed 3-0 in the ALCS but rallied to win Game 6 on Sunday, a 9-2 victory that pushed the series to a decisive Game 7. The deciding game will be played tonight and the winner will head to the World Series. Veteran pitcher Max Scherzer will take the mound for the Rangers against Astros ace Jose Altuve.
Fans who want to watch the Astros-Rangers Game 7 live will have a few options for doing so without cable. The entire ALCS will be broadcast on Fox Sports, and both the Astros app and fuboTV (which offers a free trial) will carry the games. DIRECTV Stream will also carry the game, though viewers outside of the United States will need a streaming service like Sportsnet NOW to watch the action.
Those looking to cut the cord can do so while still enjoying MLB playoff games. For example, Sling Orange or Blue includes access to ESPN and FS1, and the MLB Network can be added for an additional $11 per month. Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV also offer access to FOX, FS1, and TBS, with the latter offering a seven-day free trial. Subscribers can start a subscription and cancel it as soon as the season ends, as billing is month-to-month.