What TV Channel are the Rangers on today? How to watch Game One of the World Series

The World Series is upon us. Here is everything you need to know about how to watch Game One.
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The World Series is finally here and the Texas Rangers get their chance to finally take home the title when they square off with the Diamondbacks starting tonight. Both teams took unlikely paths to get to this point and while the big markets may be crying about the matchup, this World Series matchup is incredibly interesting and should make for an exciting series.

With Game One set to start tonight, here is how to watch the game and everything you need to know.

2023 World Series Game One: How to watch the Texas Rangers today (October 27)

Game One is a matchup between Zac Gallen, Arizona's best pitcher in 2023, and Nathan Eovaldi who has been incredibly strong for the Rangers during the playoffs. This could be a prime opportunity for Texas to set the tone for the rest of the series as Gallen has looked pretty vulnerable this postseason.

For those that need to know how to watch the game today, here is everything that you need to know. If you have cut the cord and find yourself in need of an option to watch the game, you can sign up for a free trial of Fubo to watch every game.

Date

October 27th, 2023

Game Time

8:03 PM EST/7:03 PM EST

Location

Globe Life Field

How to Watch

Fox

How to Listen (Radio)

105.3 The Fan

Both teams start with a clean slate for Game One after having played seven game series in their respective LCS where neither team was favored. The Rangers, despite having been dominated by Houston during the regular season, were able to win every single road game in the ALCS to punch their ticket here while the Diamondbacks had to somehow sweep the Dodgers before grinding out a seven game series win over the Phillies to make it to the Fall Classic.

In a vacuum, the Rangers should be favored overall. Their offense is strictly better top to bottom and they have Jordan Montgomery and Nathan Eovaldi at the top of the rotation pitching their brains out. However, one shouldn't expect Arizona to go quietly as they have defied expectations to even get into the postseason and appear to be living a charmed existence right now. In a few hours, we will begin to see how the dust is going to settle.

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