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October 30, 2019

Washington Nationals starting pitcher Max Scherzer throws in the third inning of an opening day baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds, Friday, March 30, 2018, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Gary Landers)

One way or the other, the 2019 World Series will end Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park as the Houston Astros host the Washington Nationals in Game 7. A win would mean the second title in three years for the Astros and the first title in franchise history for the Nationals. Here’s how you can watch Game 7.

The Nationals won Game 6 on Tuesday night to force a Game 7 thanks to Stephen Strasburg’s heroics, Anthony Rendon’s timely hits and Juan Soto’s swagger. Mostly Strasburg and Rendon though. Here are five questions heading into Wednesday night’s winner-take-all contest. (READ MORE) by Mike Axisa | CBS Sports

A nine-month journey that began in February is finally ending Wednesday night in Houston. A 7-2 Nationals win in World Series Game 6 means we’ll reach the do-or-die Game 7 for the fifth time this decade, opposing former Cy Young winners Zack Greinke and Max Scherzer.

This is when baseball is at its best. So who has the edge in the season’s final game? (READ MORE) by Sports Illustrated Staff

First pitch: 8:08 p.m. ET on FOX

Washington Nationals +123 at DrafKings

Houston Astros -138 at FanDuel

Total Runs: 7.5

  • 78% of bets are on the Houston Astros, per VegasInsider.
  • 56% of bets on the Under.

A few days ago Washington Nationals’ ace Max Scherzer couldn’t even get out of bed. A cortizone shot, a flight to Houston, and a wild Game 6 later, the three-time Cy Young winner is ready to go for Game 7. Hollywood writers couldn’t write this script. In fact, it’s the first series of any kind in MLBNBA, or NHL postseason history in which the road team won six straight games. In other firsts, Stephen Strasburg became the first pitcher in MLB history to go 5-0 in October and manager Dave Martinez is the first manager to be ejected from the World Series since 1996. (READ MORE) by Matt Schmitto | Roto Grinder

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