The MLB World Series 2013 live stream and TV schedule yields Game 5 of the series on Monday night, with fans ready for another crazy finish. Game 4 saw the Red Sox win after picking off the Cardinals' pinch runner at first base, while Game 3 saw the Cardinals win after an obstruction call was made by the umpire, allowing the third base runner to score the winning run at the plate. What's in store for Game 5? The latest televised and live streaming MLB game arrives via FOX and the MLB website on Monday.
As reported by MLB.com on Oct. 28, tonight’s game will feature two aces on the mound for the competing teams as Jon Lester gets the start for the Red Sox, and Adam Wainwright will throw for the Cardinals. A stat that favors the home team tonight is the fact the Cardinals have not lost two games in a row since Aug. 9 and 10 of the regular season. With a win, St. Louis seizes back control of the series lead, although it will end at Fenway Park in one way or another. Games 6 and 7 are both scheduled for Fenway, with a potential Halloween Game 7 looming on the horizon.
Carlos Beltran is continuing to enjoy the moments of this World Series, and told the media of tonight’s game:
"It's going to a fun one. They have their horse on the mound. We have our horse on the mound. So it's going to be even for everybody, and as a team, we have to find a way to go out and score runs for him."
There’s been some strange luck and magic in the first four games of this series, making for some exciting and "interesting" games to watch. Game 1 featured a comedy of errors by the Cardinals, while Game 2 featured the same story for the Red Sox. Game 3 and Game 4 are well-known by viewers, who witnessed both games end on base running calls. Will Game 5 end “normally,” or is that out of the question by now?
A victory by either team tonight puts them just one more win away from the pennant. Odds makers have given the edge in tonight’s game to St. Louis with a line of -120 to -125 at different sports books. The underdog Red Sox have been priced at +110 to +115 at various books, while the over/under is set at 6 1/2 runs at many books. Weather reports indicate a game temperature of 60 degrees, with mostly fair skies and wind blowing from right field at 4 to 9 miles per hour.
Monday night's Game 5 of the 2013 World Series arrives at 8:07 p.m. EST. Fox presents the televised coverage starting at 7:30 p.m. EST, and will continue to do so for cable and satellite viewers in the next two, or if necessary, three games. As for live streaming coverage of the MLB World Series, international viewers have that option, as they can use the MLB Postseason TV subscription service. See more details here at MLB.com website.