Tonight, Astros vs Diamondbacks begins at 9:10 p.m. ET / 6:10 p.m. PT / 11:40 p.m. BST. Games 1 and 2 of the series air on AT&T SportsNet Southwest and Fox Sports Arizona, while game 3 is on Fox.
Get out your Astros vs Diamondbacks live stream tonight, as it's time for a 3-game series that will either start with a solid pitcher's duel or a blow-out. Yes, there's trouble afoot in the bats of Arizona, who welcome Houston tonight, and the team is hoping that their pitcher can bring some of his World Series magic in tonight.
Houston looks solid with rookie righty Cristian Javier at the mound, who impressed in his first start against the mighty bats of the Dodgers, only giving up 1 run and making it into the 6th. AZ is sending Madison Bumgarner to pitch, and while the playoffs MVP has a solid reputation, his 0-1, 4.09 ERA, 11 IP 2020 isn't that great (but whose 2020 is going like they planned?)
Tomorrow feels like more of the same for both teams: Houston's got the 1-0 (5.40 ERA) Lance McCullers Jr. going up against Arizona's Robbie Ray (whose 0-2 record and 8.64 ERA do not looks good right now). And for Thursday's nationally televised game on Fox? It's a ? filled Zac(k) attack: Astros have Zack Greinke (0-0, 5.00 ERA) vs the Diamondbacks' Zac Gallen (0-0, 2.70 ERA)
Here's everything you need to watch the Astros vs Diamondbacks live streams:
How to avoid Astros vs Diamondbacks blackouts with a VPN
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Astros vs Diamondbacks live streams in the US
In the U.S. the Astros vs Diamondbacks, live streams (at least the first pair) will be kinda hard to find for those who have cut the cord, being exclusives for local sports networks. That's right, you'll need access to AT&T SportsNet Southwest or Fox Sports Arizona (which may not even be on Fubo) to see these games live, while game 3 is on Fox. Always check your available local channels before signing up. Trust me.
Today's game starts at at 9:10 p.m. ET / 6:10 p.m. PT, and so does game 2. Game 3 starts at 7:07 p.m. ET / 4:07 pm. PT.
MLB.TV ($25 per month/$60 per year), is also streaming the game, but if you want more than just baseball, it's not a complete solution. T-Mobile customers get free MLB.TV, along with a free subscription to the sports site The Athletic.
Fubo.TV (opens in new tab): If you love sports, you probably want to check out Fubo.TV. It's got a 7-day free trial so you don't need to pay up front, and in addition to NESN (available in select regions), it's also got on demand movies, so you're not just watching sports. Fubo also just got ESPN.
Astros vs Diamondbacks live streams in the UK
While BT Sport has the rights to MLB action in the UK through 2021, you won't find Astros vs Diamondbacks on any of its channels. Those visiting the UK and striking out, while trying to use the service they pay for can check out Express VPN (opens in new tab).
Therefore, we'd say your best bet is MLB.TV, also available in the UK. It's approximately £50 a month, with zero blackout rules.
Astros vs Diamondbacks live streams in Canada
In Canada, you'll need MLB.TV to see Astros vs Diamondbacks, as TSN and SportsNet don't have the game. If you're thinking of subscribing, though, recognize that the Blue Jays will be subject to blackouts.
If you're visiting Canada from abroad, you can use the streaming services you already pay for with a VPN, such as Express VPN (opens in new tab).