The 112th World Series between the American League champion Cleveland Indians and the National League champion Chicago Cubs begins with Game 1 on Tuesday, Oct. 25, at Cleveland’s Progressive Field. Cleveland has home-field advantage in the series due to the AL’s 4-2 win in the All-Star Game. FOX has exclusive coverage of the World Series, with play-by-play announcer Joe Buck joined by analyst John Smoltz and reporter Ken Rosenthal. Games will also stream on FOX Sports GO. 2016 World Series TV schedule below:
Times reflect TV airtimes. Schedule subject to change.
Tuesday, Oct. 25: Game 1: CLE 6, CHC 0
Wednesday, Oct. 26: Game 2: CHC 5, CLE 1
Friday, Oct. 28: Game 3: CLE 1, CHC 0
Saturday, Oct. 29: Game 4: CLE 7, CHC 2
Sunday, Oct. 30: Game 5: CHC 3, CLE 2
Tuesday, Nov. 1: Game 6: CHC 9, CLE 3
Wednesday, Nov. 2: Game 7: Chicago at Cleveland, 7pm ET, FOX
Tomorrow’s Game 7 1st pitch will be moved up 8 mins from 8:08pET to 8:00pET.
Coverage start time on FOX will remain at 7pm ET. #WorldSeries
— #Game7 (@MLBONFOX) November 2, 2016