The 2015 World Series begins tonight, where The Kansas City Royals, who knocked off the Toronto Blue Jays in six games, will meet the National League champion New York Mets, who swept the Chicago Cubs in the NLCS.
For the Royals, it’s a quick return to the World Series after falling in seven games to the San Francisco Giants last season. Prior to that, the Royals had not appeared in a World Series since 1985. Overall, this will be their fourth World Series appearance, with their lone championship coming in 1985. For the Mets, this will be their fourth World Series appearance and their first since 2000. They have won it twice, in 1969 and 1986.
This is first time a World Series didn’t include at least one team that existed in 1903, which is the first year the World Series was played.
The Mets’ Matt Harvey (13-8, 2.71 ERA) takes the hill against the Royals’ Edinson Volquez (13-9, 3.55 ERA).
How To Watch The 2015 World Series On TV
All the games will air on Fox. First pitch is at 8:07 p.m. ET and the pregame show starts at 7:30 p.m. ET, except where noted otherwise.
How To Watch The 2015 World Series Game 1 Online
You can find the live stream of the World Series at MLB.com , where you can pay $9.99 for both the 2015 World Series and 2016 spring training.
How To Watch the World Series Game 1 On Your Phone, Tablet, Mobile Device
You can watch every pitch on the World Series on your mobile device by downloading the MLB At Bat App