Get ready to hear the entire city of Toronto collectively start cheering at approximately 4 p.m. ET.
After watching their team start 0-2 in the ALDS, Blue Jays fans have seen a monumental (and literal) upswing over the past few days as the squad battled their way back to force a decisive Game 5 on Wednesday afternoon.
In other words, it’s going to get loud in Toronto.
Marcus Stroman gets the start after a strong performance in Game 2, the 14-inning battle that was as controversial as it was impressive. Stroman gave up just three earned runs over seven innings of work last week, capping off an incredible comeback this season that included an ACL injury, an undergraduate degree and jersey number change.
Cole Hamels will start for the Texas Rangers. He gave up just two earned runs in his Game 2 start, allowing six hits while striking out six and not walking a batter in seven innings.
Not going to be near a TV for this inevitably dramatic baseball matchup? First pitch is slated for 4 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on FS1 and SNET. Here’s how to watch online and on mobile:
How to Watch Rangers-Blue Jays Online
If you have access to a cable subscription, you can watch the game online for free through Fox Sports GO. You’ll need the log-in and password for a cable subscription — either yours or someone else’s — to access the stream. Frequently asked questions about Fox Sports GO can be found here.
MLB.tv also offers another way to view the game online with a plan that costs $9.99 for select games of the ALDS, and it allows users who are able to authenticate a cable subscription with a log-in and password to watch the live broadcast online.
International users outside United States and Canada can watch every postseason game live online through MLB.tv for $24.99. No cable subscription is necessary. The games will be archived and available in blacked-out areas 90 minutes after completion.
How to Watch Rangers-Blue Jays on Mobile
Mobile users can watch the game on the Fox Sports GO app, which is free to download for your Apple device, your Android or Google device, your Amazon device, and your Windows device. As is the case with the desktop live stream, you’ll need a cable log-in and password to access the stream on the app.
Users with a subscription to Postseason.TV or MLB.tv can watch the game live on the MLB.com At Bat app, which is free to download from the Apple store, the Google Play store or the Amazon app store. You can also see in-game video highlights, batting, pitching and fielding statistics.
For those in Canada, SportsNet 590 is broadcasting a live audio-only broadcast of the game with Jerry Howart, Joe Siddall and Mike Wilner on the call.