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How to watch ALCS Game Four

The Red Sox have a chance to take a 3-1 series lead.

Championship Series - Boston Red Sox v Houston Astros - Game Two Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images

The Red Sox are rolling in the ALCS right now, having won two straight blowout wins to put themselves just two wins away from an improbable World Series berth. They’ll look to continue that run on Tuesday night in Game Four of the ALCS against the Astros.

First Pitch Time and Place

8:08 PM ET; Fenway Park; Boston, Massachusetts

Pitching Matchup

Nick Pivetta vs. Zack Greinke

In terms of the pitching staffs, there’s no doubt that the Red Sox are in a better spot right now. Pivetta has been looking good in this postseason, though we know he is liable to go in any number of directions in any given start. He’ll have his hands full with this Astros offense, even if they’ve been relatively quiet for this series. The good news is Boston’s bullpen is as well-rested as anyone could hope for. The same can not be said for Houston, whose bullpen has been overworked all series. They send Zack Greinke to the mound, who has barely pitched at all in the last month.

How to watch

Not, just, like with your eyes. FS1 has the broadcast for this game, with Joe Buck and John Smoltz back in the booth.

How to listen

Not just, like, with your ears. WEEI and ESPN Radio have the calls for these games.


You can find the game odds from DK Sportsbook here. The Red Sox are suddenly being favored both in the series and in this game, and given the status of the pitching staffs, it’s hard to argue.