World Series 2022 Schedule: How To Watch The Astros vs. Phillies
And then there were two.
On Sunday, both the Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros stamped their tickets to the World Series, defeating the San Diego Padres and New York Yankees, respectively.
The Phillies ended their season with an 87-75 record, earning them a Wild Card spot on the National League side of the playoffs. They first swept the St. Louis Cardinals, then defeated the defending champion Atlanta Braves 3-1. They were then able to upset the favorites, beating the Padres 4-1.
Houston had a first-round bye in the American League side of the playoffs. They then went on to sweep the fan-favorite Seattle Mariners and the Yankees.
World Series Schedule
Game one of the Fall Classic is set for Friday, Oct. 28. The Fox pregame show begins at 4 p.m. PST, followed by the game at 5 p.m. PST.
- Game 1 – Friday, Oct. 28 at Houston
- Game 2 – Saturday, Oct. 29 at Houston
- Game 3 – Monday, Oct. 31 at Philadelphia
- Game 4 – Tuesday, Nov. 1 at Philadelphia
- Game 5 (if necessary) – Wednesday, Nov. 2 at Philadelphia
- Game 6 (if necessary) – Friday, Nov. 4 at Houston
- Game 7 (if necessary) – Saturday, Nov. 5 at Houston
How To Watch The World Series
Every game between the Phillies and Astros will be broadcasted on FOX. Fans can also stream the game, too, with an MLB.TV account.
Who’s Calling The Game?
For the first time in 25 years, Joe Buck is not calling the Fall Classic. He and Troy Aikman left FOX to become the new voices of Monday Night Football on ESPN.
This year, the voice of the Dodgers, Joe Davis, joins John Smoltz in the booth.