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World Series begins on FOX19

Game 1 of the World Series is Wednesday night on FOX19.

Coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. and first pitch is at 7:57 p.m. as the San Francisco Giants take on the Texas Rangers. Tim Lincecum gets the ball for the Giants, and Cliff Lee will take the mound for the Rangers.

The FOX19 Ten o'clock News will air immediately following the game. The news will also air at 10 p.m. on This-TV 19.2, which is Time Warner Cable Channel 994 and Insight Channel 194.

A look at the best-of-seven World Series between the Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants:

Schedule: (All times EDT) Game 1, Wednesday, at San Francisco (7:57 p.m.); Game 2, Thursday, at San Francisco (7:57 p.m.); Game 3, Saturday, at Arlington, Texas (6:57 p.m.); Game 4, Sunday, at Arlington, Texas (8:20 p.m.); x-Game 5, Monday, Nov. 1, at Arlington, Texas (6:57 p.m.); x-Game 6, Wednesday, Nov. 3, at San Francisco (7:57 p.m.); x-Game 7, Thursday, Nov. 4, at San Francisco (7:57 p.m.).

All games are on FOX19.

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