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Everything You Need to Know About the Dodgers vs Rays World Series: Dates, How to Watch, & More



The Championship series for both leagues has now concluded with the top-seeded teams set to meet in the 2020 World Series. The Los Angeles Dodgers have been here before, most recently in 2018, but haven’t won a title since ’88 while the Tampa Bay Rays have never won the fall classic.

HOW AND WHERE TO WATCH:

Game 1: Tuesday (Home Team)

  • When: October 20
  • First Pitch: 5:09 pm PT
  • Location: Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas
  • How to Watch: Fox or stream on MLB.TV
  • Starting Pitchers: Tyler Glasnow vs Clayton Kershaw

Game 2: Wednesday (Home Team)

  • When: October 21
  • First Pitch: 5:08 PM PT
  • Location: Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas
  • How to Watch: Fox or stream on MLB.TV
  • Starting Pitchers: Blake Snell vs Tony Gonsolin

Thursday: Off

Game 3: Friday (Away Team)

  • When: October 23
  • First Pitch: 5:08 PM PT
  • Location: Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas
  • How to Watch: Fox or stream on MLB.TV
  • Starting Pitchers: Walker Buehler vs Charlie Morton

Game 4: Saturday (Away Team)

  • When: October 24
  • First Pitch: 5:08 PM PT
  • Location: Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas
  • How to Watch: Fox or stream on MLB.TV
  • Starting Pitchers: Julio Urias vs Ryan Yarbrough

Game 5: Sunday (*if necessary) (Away Team)

  • When: October 25
  • First Pitch: 5:08 PM PT
  • Location: Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas
  • How to Watch: Fox or stream on MLB.TV
  • Starting Pitchers: TBA vs TBA

Monday: Off

Game 6: Tuesday (*if necessary) (Home Team)

  • When: October 27
  • First Pitch: 5:08 PM PT
  • Location: Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas
  • How to Watch: Fox or stream on MLB.TV
  • Starting Pitchers: TBA vs TBA

Game 7: Wednesday (*if necessary) (Home Team)

  • When: October 28
  • First Pitch: 5:09 PM PT
  • Location: Globe Life Field, Arlington, Texas
  • How to Watch: Fox or stream on MLB.TV
  • Starting Pitchers: TBA vs TBA

Congratulations to the Los Angeles Dodgers!

Written by Selena Marquez

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  1. Let’s hope the Dodgers sweep. I don’t want to listen to Joe Buck’s not so thinly disguised disdained for the Dodgers any longer Than I have to.

  2. Urias has been outstanding everytime he has stepped on the mound this postseason. Whether he is the 3 starter or pitches behind an opener, or just bails others out in long relief in the WS, he needs to get innings. Buehler is dialed in now with much better pitches per inning in his last start. These two guys are at the top of their game relative to the entire regular season. That bodes well for the Dodgers in the WS. We could certainly use at least one of those dominant deep starts from Kershaw. The bullpen got rattled by Atlanta a couple times, but the Rays are not the Braves offensively, and I expect the bullpen to get back to their shutdown form. The Dodgers offense can produce runs anywhere in the batting order. Seager has stepped up his game from an already MVP caliber regular season level. The defense has been strong. Betts has been the poster child for outstanding defense, but they’re all playing well. They’re ready. Go Dodgers!

  3. Not only Buck’s thinly disdiguised remarkes, but also Smoakes’. He was so bias and prejudiced against every Dodger move I turned the volume off and watched the games in silence. It was so much more enjoyable that way. I will be doing the same during the series knowing how prejudice Smoltz demonstrates his bad feelings towards the Dodgers good fortunes.

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