The 2014 MLB World Series kicks off this Tuesday night (October 22) as two of baseballs hottest teams, the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals battle in the 110th Fall Classic.

Game 7 takes place tonight.

Coverage begins with the pregame show at 7:30 P.M. (EST), followed by first pitch at 8:07 P.M. (EST) on Fox.

Fox has exclusive rights to the series and will be the only channel airing the games.

Live streaming will also be available for the first time ever through MLB.TV. This service is free for current MLB.TV subscribers, but will require a subscription for everyone else who is eligible.

You can access the live stream through your home computer or when your on the go from almost any device with the AT Bat app, which is free to download.

Eligible subscribers can sign up for just $9.99 and will receive the first month of MLB.TV 2015 for free when they do.  This is a nice bonus for fans who’s teams are not competing in the series, as they can stream their home teams games next year.

In order to be eligible you must have a current subscription service with a qualifying Pay TV Partner.  The company’s that are participating are: Time Warner Cable, Verizon Fios, DIRECTV, Optimum, AT&T U-verse TV, COX, BrightHouse Networks, Buckeye, Arvig, WOW!, Suddenlink and Consolidated Communications.

This years World Series could turn out to be a case of David versus Goliath as the underdog Royals come storming into this series poised to take down a Giants team who has made a habit out of winning this series in recent years.

San Francisco won in 2010, 2012 and are now here again in 2014, which has many fans convinced they are destined to win.

They are also on a major hot-streak, having won 15 of their last 17 postseason games impressiely.

The Kansas City Royals, meanwhile, have been the Cinderella story of the playoffs.

They entered as a wild card, like the Giants,  but unlike them they haven’t lost a game, sweeping both the Dodgers and Orioles.

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