Astros vs. Braves, World Series Game 2: Time, TV channel, how to watch, live stream, pitchers for Wednesday

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The Atlanta Braves won the first game of the World Series on Tuesday against the Houston Astros and have the chance to take a commanding lead with a victory in Game 2 on Wednesday in Houston.

Atlanta jumped out to an early lead in the 6-2 win, with Jorge Soler becoming the first player to hit a leadoff home run in the first game of a World Series. Starting pitcher Charlie Morton suffered a broken leg and stayed in the game to get three more outs, but his season his over with the injury.

The Astros have now lost five home World Series games in a row, having dropped all four at Minute Maid Park against the Washington Nationals in 2019.

Here's everything you need to know for Wednesday's game:

Time: 8:09 p.m. ET

TV channel: Fox

Live stream: FoxSports.com or streaming via fuboTV

Starting pitchers: LHP Max Fried, Braves vs. RHP José Urquidy

Betting info: SportsBookWire.usatoday.com

Adam Duvall, Eddie Rosario and Guillermo Heredia celebrate the Game 1 win.
Adam Duvall, Eddie Rosario and Guillermo Heredia celebrate the Game 1 win.

What time is Braves vs. Astros World Series Game 2?

First pitch is scheduled for 8:09 p.m. ET on Wednesday

What TV channel is World Series Game 2 on?

The game will air on TBS.

How can I live stream World Series Game 2?

You can watch Braves vs. Astros on FoxSports.com or streaming via fuboTV.

Who are the World Series Game 2 starting pitchers?

Braves: LHP Max Fried (14-7, 3.04 ERA) – Fried has made three starts in the playoffs this year, posting a 3.78 ERA.

Astros: RHP José Urquidy (8-3, 3.62 ERA) – Urquidy got the loss in Game 3 of the ALCS against the Red Sox, giving up five earned runs in 1⅔ innings.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: World Series: Time, TV, live stream for Braves vs Astros Game 2

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