What TV Channel are the Diamondbacks on? How to watch Game One of the World Series

Arizona defied the odds to make it to the World Series, so here is how to watch Game One.
Championship Series - Philadelphia Phillies v Arizona Diamondbacks - Game Seven
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Despite not being favored in a single postseason series they have played thus far, the Arizona Diamondback found a way to make it to the World Series. This Arizona team has been playing with a chip on their shoulders throughout the postseason and have used every perceived slight to fuel their playoff run and frankly, it is hard to argue with the results. This Diamondbacks team is hungry, exciting, and exceedingly dangerous when given an opening. You love to see it.

Now that Game One of the World Series is mere hours away, here is everything you need to know about how to watch the game.

2023 World Series Game One: How to watch the Arizona Diamondbacks today (October 27)

Game One features a matchup between Diamondbacks ace Zac Gallen and the Rangers' Nathan Eovaldi who has pitched very well this postseason. The Diamondbacks will have to work some longer at-bat early and not let Eovaldi get in a groove if they are to have any chance of keeping pace with this Rangers' offense especially with Gallen looking a bit shaky at times lately.

For those that need to know how to watch the game today, here is everything that you need to know. If you have cut the cord and find yourself in need of an option to watch the game, you can sign up for a free trial of Fubo to watch every game.


October 27th, 2023

Game Time

8:03 PM EST/7:03 PM EST


Globe Life Field

How to Watch


How to Listen (Radio)

105.3 The Fan

Both teams start with a clean slate for the first game of the World Series. The last couple of off days have been sorely need for both teams as they both had to play seven game series in their respective LCS. Texas had to go through a murderer's row of strong AL teams including beating a Houston team in seven games despite not winning a single home game. Meanwhile, the Diamondbacks had to get a little bit lucky at the end of the season (thanks, Cubs) to even make it into the playoffs and are coming off a tough series against the Phillies in the NLCS.

Arizona has become accustomed to being the underdogs this postseason and this series is no exception as, on paper, the Rangers are probably favored by most outside observers. However, the Diamondbacks have some stars of their own in Gallen, Corbin Carroll, and Ketel Marte that give them more than a puncher's chance of being able to beat the odds one last time.

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