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Nathan Eovaldi, Texas Rangers Open World Series vs. Diamondbacks: TV Channel, Streams, Lineups

The Texas Rangers, in search of their first championship, open the World Series on Friday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Globe Life Field.

The Texas Rangers will face the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday in Game 1 of the World Series at Globe Life Field in Arlington.

Here is the preview for the game, with probable pitchers, starting lineups, how to watch and listen, injury updates and more.

How to Watch, Listen to Rangers vs. Diamondbacks

Game Day: Friday, Oct. 27, 2023

Game Time: 7:03 p.m. CT

Television: Fox. Radio: 105.3 The Fan/1270 KFLC-AM (Spanish). Watch on

World Series Schedule (all times CT)
: Game 1 Arizona at Texas, FOX (7:03 p.m.)

Saturday: Game 2 Arizona at Texas, FOX (7:03 p.m.)

Monday: Game 3 Texas at Arizona, FOX (7:03 p.m.)

Tuesday: Game 4 Texas at Arizona, FOX (7:03 p.m.)

Wednesday: Game 5 Texas at Arizona (if necessary), FOX (7:03 p.m.)

Friday, Nov. 3: Game 6 Arizona at Texas (if necessary), FOX (7:03 p.m.)

Saturday, Nov. 4: Game 7 Arizona at Texas (if necessary), FOX (7:03 p.m.)

About Today’s Game

Probable pitchers

Arizona: RHP Zac Gallen (2-2, 5.24)

Texas: RHP Nathan Eovaldi (4-0, 2.42)

Batting Order

Texas Rangers Batting Order

Arizona Diamondbacks Batting Order

Rangers Injury Report

P Jacob deGrom (60-Day, right elbow inflammation): deGrom is out for the rest of the 2023 season after being diagnosed with a torn UCL ligament. He had surgery on June 12.

P Ian Kennedy (60-Day, right rotator cuff strain, Sept. 16): The Rangers moved Kennedy to the 60-day injured list, ending his 2023 season.

LHP Brett Martin (60-Day, shoulder surgery): Martin had surgery on Jan. 18 and is expected to miss most of the 2023 season.

INF Brad Miller (60-Day, hamstring tightness): Miller was moved from the 10-day injured list (Aug. 2) to the 60-day injured list to make room for Evan Carter on the 40-man roster. Miller cannot return this season.

RHP Jake Odorizzi (60-Day, right arm fatigue): Odorizzi underwent arthroscopic surgery on his shoulder and will miss the entire 2023 season.

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