The World Series 2011 schedule brings fans game 6 of the Rangers vs. Cardinals on Wednesday evening. This pivotal game will be on television as well as live stream coverage for fans around the globe!
With the MLB live coverage on Fox tonight starting at 8:05PM EST, the Texas Rangers will look to do what they couldn’t do last season — win the World Series. The St. Louis Cardinals have the home field advantage, so they’ll be trying to tie the series up and force a game 7. This has been one of the more evenly matched and close world series in recent times, so it’s quite possible that the series goes the distance.
The MLB live stream feed is available for a charge of $19.99 and makes the most sense for international fans as it provides live streaming coverage. In the United States this service is only available as “on demand.” For comparison’s sake, the NFL offers a $19.99 service for a month full of NFL games. The MLB price may seem a bit steep for someone to pay for just one or two games, but for baseball fans it’s not much of a charge for a sport they enjoy!
In tonight’s game, it will be Colby Lewis for the Rangers on the mound, and Jaime Garcia for the Cardinals. Lewis had a win in the World Series last year and will look to repeat the performance this time around. Albert Pujols and the heavy hitters for the Cards will look to cause him problems in securing a championship-winning victory though. However, the Rangers have shown they have power at the plate as well with players like Josh Hamilton, Napoli, Cruz and Beltre, who will look to bring the championship to Texas.
Tonight’s game gets started on Fox at 8:05PM EST. Will you be watching the Texas Rangers vs. St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 on TV or live streaming? Who will you be rooting for?