World Series 2019

World Series 2019:How TO watch Free World Series 2019 Game 7 TV Schedule: What time, channel is Washington Nationals vs. Houston Astros?This is how you draw it up. Max Scherzer making a roaring comeback just in time for Game 7 on Wednesday night. A guy who needed his wife’s help to even get dressed Sunday now stomping and snorting and pronouncing himself fit to go. Humbaby!

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You bet this is how you draw it up: Washington Nationals and Houston Astros, winner-take-all following Washington’s 7-2 Game 6 win Tuesday. Next up Game 7, with every pitch high-stress, every plate appearance crucial. Cancel your plans tonight and order the pizza; man oh man are we in for some kind of finish.

Washington Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman (11), Anthony Rendon (6), Trea Turner (7) and Asdrubal Cabrera (13) celebrate after Game 6 of the baseball World Series against the Houston Astros Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019, in Houston. The Nationals won 7-2 to tie the series at 3-3.

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The Washington Nationals (3-3), led by starting pitcher Max Scherzer, meet the Houston Astros (3-3), led by starting pitcher Zack Greinke, in Game 7 of the 2019 World Series on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 (10/30/19) at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas.

Fans can watch the game for free via a trial of fuboTV, as well as with Hulu or Sling.

Here’s what you need to know:

Who: Astros vs. Nationals

What: World Series, Game 7

When: Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019

Where: Minute Maid Park

Time: 8:07 p.m.

TV: FOX

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast XfinitySpectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, CoxDIRECTV, Dish, HulufuboTVSling.

Live stream: fuboTV (free trial), Hulu, Sling

Line: Astros -1.5 (+120) (Over/under: 7) | Get betting tips and analysis at nj.com/betting

Recap of Game 6, via the Associated Press:

Stephen Strasburg took a gem into the ninth inning and Juan Soto ran all the way to first base with his bat following a go-ahead home run, the same way Houston slugger Alex Bregman did earlier.

Washington has matched the Astros pitch for pitch, hit for hit, win for win — even home run celebration for home run celebration.

Strasburg gutted through without his best fastball to throw five-hit ball for 8 1/3 innings, and now it’s onto a winner-take-all Game 7 to decide the first World Series in which the visiting team won the first six games.

Eaton and Soto hit solo homers off Justin Verlander in the fifth, Anthony Rendon had five RBIs, including with a two-run homer in the seventh, and the Nationals beat the Astros 7-2 Tuesday night to tie the Series at three games apiece.

Fired up after a disputed call at first base went against them in the seventh, the Nationals padded their lead moments later when Rendon homered off Will Harris. Washington manager Dave Martinez, still enraged at umpires, was ejected during the seventh-inning stretch, screaming as a pair of his coaches held him back while the crowd sang along to “Deep in the Heart of Texas.” Rendon added a two-run double off Chris Devenski in the ninth.

Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer, boosted by an injection of painkiller, is primed to return from an irritated nerve in his neck to start Game 7, Martinez said before the game. Scherzer was warming up in the seventh before Rendon’s homer, then sat down as Martinez became the first manager tossed from a Series game since Atlanta’s Bobby Cox in 1996.

Now the Nationals will attempt their ultimate comeback in a year in which they were written off time after time, hoping for the first title in the 51-season history of a franchise that started as the Montreal Expos and the first for Washington since the Senators in 1924. Zack Greinke will be on the mound for the Astros, who led the majors with 107 wins and are seeking their second title in three seasons.

Visiting teams have won three straight Game 7s in the Series since the Cardinals defeated Texas at home in 2011.

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