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This is it.

This is it, folks.

One Rust Belt city and one lousy game stand between the Chicago Cubs’ first World Series title since 1908. Game 7 between the Cubbies and Cleveland Indians airs Wednesday night on Fox.

But say you’re one of those cord-cutting hipsters the cable companies are pulling their hair out over—what’s your play here? The answer, of course, is go to a bar. Definitely do that. Any bar. Every American watering hole will have the game.

OK so say that doesn’t work for you. Understandable, we’re not all social creatures. Here’s how to stream the game onto your laptop, tablet, or phone:

Fox Sports Go

A strong app that you have access to with a cable or satellite subscription. If you’re on the road, away from home, download the app and beam away.

MLB.tv

For $9.99 you can stream Game 7. If you like the service, it’s a trusted baseball companion you can renew in April.

Sling TV

Sling Blue, the streaming bundle’s second pricing tier, carries Fox. For $25 a month, you get 39 other channels. You can also watch free for seven days, if you want to pull the ol’ sign-and-dash move. 

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue’s entry tier works, too. At $29 a month, the Access Plan comes with Fox and 54 other channels. Yes, you can get a free trial.

Tablo

Tablo’s DVR records broadcast TV and streams it to your connected device. The hardware goes for $219.

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