Astros vs Yankees live stream: How to watch ALCS Game 4 online and tonight's start time

Aaron Judge will try and stave off elimination in the Astros vs Yankees live stream
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Rain could interfere with the Astros vs Yankees live stream of Game 4, a game that could mark the end of the ALCS. So, how will this MLB playoff live stream go?

Astros vs Yankees live stream time, channel and more

Start time: Game 4 begins at 7:07 p.m. ET / 4:07 p.m. PT / 12:07 a.m. BST / 10:07 a.m. AEDT
Date: Today (Sunday, Oct. 23)
U.S. channel: TBS (on Sling TV)
U.K. channel: BT Sport
Watch anywhere on Earth: ExpressVPN

The Astros haven't lost once in the 2022 postseason, and their latest was a three-hit shutout. Cristian Javier put the work in over 5 and 1/3 innings, only allowing one of those hits, and three walks. 

As for the Yankees offense, what can be said? No, really: there's not much to say. Slugger Aaron Judge went 0-for-4 in game 3, and has only had one hit in this entire series.

Houston's Game 4 pitcher is Lance McCullers Jr., who closed their pennant-winner in 2017. He contributed six of the scoreless innings against the Mariners in that epic 18-inning ALDS ender, but his play was delayed after getting hit on the elbow after that win. 

New York's turning to "Nasty" Nestor Cortes again, after he saved the day against the Guardians. 

Here are the lineups for tonight's game:

Astros: 1 Altuve. Jose 2B, 2 Peña, Jeremy SS, 3 Alvarez. Yordan LF, 4 Bregman, Alex 3B, 5 Tucker, Kyle RF, 6 Gurriel Yuli 1B, 7 Mancini, Trey DH, 8 McCormick, Chas CF, 9 Maldonado Martín C.

Yankees: 1 Bader. Harrison CF, 2 Judge, Aaron RF, 3 Rizzo, Anthony 1B, 4 Stanton, Giancarlo DH, 5 Torres, Gleyber 2B, 6 Donaldson. Josh 3B, 7 Cabrera. Oswaldo LE, & Kiner-Falefa. Isiah SS, 9 Trevino C.

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Astros vs Yankees live streams around the world

How to watch Astros vs Yankees live streams from anywhere on Earth

If you're away from easy access to TBS, you're not out of luck when it comes to following your team through the MLB Playoff live streams. Live streams are still possible in your current neck of the woods — because with a virtual private network, or VPN, you can appear to be surfing the web from your home town (or somewhere that blackouts won't hit), and access the same streaming services you already paid for. 

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How to watch Astros vs Yankees live streams in the US

Finding Astros vs Yankees live streams online is easy, as it's on TBS, and not locked in some regional sports networks. Our top pick for how to watch Astros vs Yankees is with Sling TV's Blue pack. You probably want to upgrade to Sling Blue & Orange, as the latter gets you ESPN, while Blue gets you and Fox (provided you have a local affiliate), FS1 and TBS. This is part of why Sling is the best cable TV alternatives.

The $70 per month YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV and DirecTV Stream all have the above channels as well, but Sling Orange + Blue is only $50. That affordability ensured its spot on our best streaming service list.

Sling TV

One of the best options for watching nationally-broadcast MLB action is the Sling TV Blue + Orange package, which costs $50 as getting only one half ($35 per month) will have you losing out on some of the major networks: ESPN, Fox, Fox Sports and TBS. For another $10 per month, you can get the MLB Network tacked on, along with ESPNEWS, NBA TV, the NHL Network, and more. Local FOX and NBC affiliates are included.

How to watch Astros vs Yankees live streams in the UK

BT Sport is the place to watch Astros vs Yankees live streams online in the United Kingdom. Don't have BT on your current package? You can get it directly with the £25 Monthly Pass

And if BT Sport’s monthly prices are still too high for you, remember that MLB.TV is also available in the U.K. It's approximately £50 a month, with zero blackout rules.

How to watch Astros vs Yankees live streams in Canada

Looking to watch Astros vs Yankees live streams in the great white north? The game is on Sportsnet, specifically on SN1, at 5 p.m. ET.

Can you watch Astros vs Yankees live streams in Australia?

As was the case with the regular season, Astros vs Yankees live streams will hopefully be on both Kayo Sports and Foxtel. The services in the past have had select MLB games from ESPN. 

Game 3 begins at 8:07 a.m. AEDT.

Kayo offers a 7-day free trial for both its Basic and Premium plans, more than enough time to confirm they're actually showing the games. The Basic package costs $25 per month thereafter. The $35 per month Premium Kayo plan gives you all the same things as the normal plan, but it offers three simultaneous streams. The Basic plan gives you two streams at the same time. 

Astros vs Yankees live streams schedule

We've got the full schedule for the entire series. 

All times below in Eastern Time

ALCS: Yankees (0) vs Astros (3)

  • Game 1: NYY 2, HOU 4
  • Game 2: NYY 2, HOU 3
  • Game 3: HOU 5, NYY 0
  • Game 4: Oct. 23 (7:07 p.m.) @ NY/CLE on TBS
  • Game 5*: Oct. 24 (4:07 p.m.) @ NY/CLE on TBS
  • Game 6*: Oct. 25 (6:07 p.m.) @ Houston on TBS
  • Game 7*: Oct. 26 (7:37 p.m.) @ Houston on TBS

Henry T. Casey
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