- The 2023 MLB World Series is finally here, and fans can catch every moment of the action LIVE through the ESPN CARIBBEAN signal.
- The stage is set for the 2023 World Series as the National League Champion Arizona
- Diamondbacks and Corbin Carroll take on the American League Champion Texas Rangers and Adolis García.
The much-anticipated 2023 MLB World Series will showcase an exciting match-up between the Texas Rangers and the Arizona Diamondbacks, who will go head-to-head starting this Friday at the Globe Life Field in Texas and the Chase Field in Arizona, following an intense Championship Series.
This year’s MLB World Series will be available for fans to follow on ESPN.com. They can access related information, video highlights, and analysis from the best specialists through the website.
Here are the live broadcasts of the 2023 MLB World Series available on ESPN CARIBBEAN:
|Date||Start Time (EST)||Game||Network|
|10/27||7:30 PM||Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Texas Rangers||World Series, Game 1||ESPN CARIBBEAN|
|10/28||8:00 PM||Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Texas Rangers||World Series, Game 2||ESPN CARIBBEAN|
|10/30||7:30 PM||Texas Rangers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks||World Series, Game 3||ESPN CARIBBEAN|
|10/31||8:00 PM||Texas Rangers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks||World Series, Game 4||ESPN CARIBBEAN|
|11/1||8:00 PM||Texas Rangers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks||World Series, Game 5 *If necessary||ESPN CARIBBEAN|
|11/3||8:00 PM||Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Texas Rangers||World Series, Game 6 *If necessary||ESPN CARIBBEAN|
|11/4||8:00 PM||Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Texas Rangers||World Series, Game 7 *If necessary||ESPN CARIBBEAN|
Facts about the long-awaited 2023 Fall Classic:
- American League teams have had a dominant presence in the World Series, having won 67 out of the 118 championships played so far (56.8%).
- This year marks the 7th time in the last 14 years that a team from the state of Texas
- has made it to the World Series. The Rangers played in 2010 and 2011, while the Astros did so in 2017, 2019, 2021 and 2022.
- This year’s MLB World Series is notable for being the first time that a team that has never lost it (Diamondbacks) will face a team that has never won it (Rangers), considering at least one appearance by each of them.
About the Arizona Diamondbacks:
- The Arizona Diamondbacks have only appeared once in the World Series before; in 2001,
- when they beat the New York Yankees in 7 games.
- The Arizona Diamondbacks are set to play as a visitor in 4 of the
- 7 possible games during this year’s World Series. During this postseason, road teams
- are 22-14, with a winning percentage of .611, making it the second-highest percentage before the World Series since the postseason was expanded during the Wild Card era. In 2010, road teams recorded 17-10 (.630) in the postseason before the Fall Classic.
- Ketel Marte has been on fire this postseason, with an impressive 19 hits to his name.
- This ties him with Steve Finley for the most hits by a Diamondbacks player in a single postseason.
- Evan Longoria is making a return to the World Series after his first appearance in
- 2008 with Tampa Bay. He will become the fourth player overall and the first non-pitcher to appear in the World Series at least 15 years after first playing in it.
About Texas Rangers:
- This will be the Texas Rangers’ third appearance in the World Series, and their first time competing for the championship. They have lost both previous times they played in the World Series.
- The Texas Rangers have an impressive 8-0 record on the road this postseason, tying
- the longest streak in a single postseason with the 1996 New York Yankees and 2019 Nationals. Both teams, the Yankees and Nationals, were crowned champions in those respective years.
- Bruce Bochy made a comeback this season to manage the Texas Rangers and has led them
- to the World Series. Bochy had previously retired in 2019, after managing the Giants.
- Bochy is a three-time World Series champion as a manager and has the chance to become he sixth manager in history to win the Fall Classic at least four times.
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