The seventh game of the World Series is set for Wednesday in Houston with the winner becoming the 2019 MLB champion.
The game between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals could be historic if the Nationals can come out on top.
If they win, Washington will become the first MLB team to win the series without winning at least one game at home.
Here’s what to know about Wednesday’s Game 7:
What channel: The game is being broadcast by Fox.
What time: The game is set to begin at 8:08 p.m. ET.
Where is it being played: Minute Maid Park, Houston.
Livestream: You can livestream the game on Fox Sports Go.
Who is pitching: Max Scherzer will pitch for the Nationals. Zack Greinke will pitch for the Astros.
For those of you who like stats, and what baseball fan doesn’t, here are a few:
- It's the 40th time in the history of the World Series that a Game 7 winner-take-all game is necessary to determine a champion.
- According to ESPN, this is the first time in postseason series in either professional baseball, basketball or hockey that the road team has won the first six games – the Nationals won the first two games in Houston; Houston won the next three games in Washington, D.C. and the Nationals took Game 6 in Houston on Tuesday.
- The home team has won 19 times in a World Series winner-take-all game. They have lost 20 times.
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