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Red Sox vs. Astros ALCS Game 3: Time, how to watch, TV channel, live stream, starting pitchers for Monday

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With the best-of-seven set tied 1-1, the American League Championship Series moves to Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox hosting the Houston Astros for Games 3 on Monday night.

The Red Sox won 9-5 in Game 2 to even the series, jumping out to an 8-0 lead with grand slams in the first and second innings. It was the first time in postseason history that a team hit two grand slams in one game.

The Astros are in the ALCS for the fifth consecutive season and trying to reach the World Series for the third time in that span. Right-hander José Urquidy gets the start for Houston in Game 3.

Here's everything you need to know for Monday's Game 3:

Time: 8:08 p.m. ET

TV: Fox Sports 1

Live stream: FoxSports.com. The game can also be streamed live via fuboTV.

Starting pitchers: RHP José Urquidy, Astros vs. LHP Eduardo Rodriguez, Red Sox

Betting info: SportsBookWire.usatoday.com

The Red Sox won Game 2 on Saturday to even the ALCS.
The Red Sox won Game 2 on Saturday to even the ALCS.

What time is Red Sox vs. Astros ALCS Game 3?

First pitch is scheduled for 8:08 p.m. ET at Fenway Park in Boston on Monday.

What TV channel is Red Sox vs. Astros ALCS on?

Game 3 of the ALCS will air on TBS.

How do I live stream Red Sox vs. Astros in ALCS Game 3?

You can live stream the game on FoxSports.com.

Who are the Red Sox and Astros' Game 3 starting pitchers?

Astros: RHP José Urquidy (8-3, 3.62 ERA regular season)– Urquidy has made eight postseaon appearances since his big-league debut in 2019, posting a 2.81 ERA in 25.2 innings

Red Sox: LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (13-8, 4.74 ERA) – Rodriguez made two starts in the ALDS against the Rays, giving up four earned runs across 6.2 innings.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Red Sox vs Astros: Time, TV, live stream, how to watch ALCS Game 3