parents vs. Phillies Game 3 MLB 2022 live stream (10/21) How to watch online, odds, TV info, time

The Philadelphia Phillies host the San Diego Padres in Game 3 of the 2022 MLB National League Championship Series on Friday, October 21 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. The game will be streamed live on fuboTV.

Right-hander Joe Musgrove starts on the mound in Game 3 for the Padres, against left-hander Ranger Suarez for the Phillies. The best-of-7 series is tied 1-1 after San Diego beat Philadelphia 8-5 in Game 2 on Wednesday.

Game 3 Padres vs. Phillies kicks off at 6:37 pm Central Time (7:37 pm ET) and will air live on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. Fox Sports 1 will broadcast the game nationally.

FANDUEL SPORTS BETTING LINE: Phillies +100, Padres -118; plus/minus is 7.5 runs

Advance

San Diego Padres pitcher Joe Musgrove is hoping to keep things quiet in his part of South Philly. To silence Bryce Harper, Kyle Schwarber and the Phillies, if nothing else.

The three-stadium sports complex will fill Friday night with a Smashing Pumpkins concert at the Wells Fargo Center and Temple hosting Tulsa in college football at Lincoln Financial Field, both concurrent with Game 3 of the National League Championship Series.

Musgrove starts for the Padres with the best of seven matchups tied at one game apiece.

Musgrove survived a TSA-worthy frisk and threw seven scoreless innings of one-hit ball in an NL Wild Card Series victory over the Mets and then pitched six strong innings to help beat the Dodgers in the National League Championship Series.

Lefty Ranger Suarez, who walked five in 3 1/3 innings in his NLDS Game 2 start at Atlanta, pitches for the Phillies.

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Musgrove, who grew up supporting the local Padres, said he is more mentally prepared to handle the anticipation, nerves and pressure of the postseason than he was in 2017 when he pitched for the World Series champion Houston Astros.

“I’ve been hit by the crowd at times in my postseason career,” Musgrove said Thursday. “I think ultimately I have a better understanding of myself and how things work. Certain triggers that I have, and what really affects me and being able to have some awareness of what those things are before I get to a moment like this. It is very useful.”

It’s up to Suarez to disarm the Padres in front of a raucous hometown crowd. The Phillies are 2-0 at home this postseason and outscored Atlanta 17-4 in two AL Division Series games at home; the Padres are 3-2 on the road.

“We feel great being home here for the next three games in front of our own fans,” manager Rob Thomson said. “It is going to be very fun”.

Here’s what you need to know about the MLB playoffs on Friday:

FRIDAY SCHEDULE (All times ET)

NLCS Game 3: San Diego at Philadelphia, 7:37 p.m., FS1

NOT PICTURE PERFECT

Going 0-for-23 and caught on the longest hitless streak in major league history to start a postseason, this isn’t the October-slumping Houston star Jose Altuve you envisioned. Still, he’s a huge fan favorite at Minute Maid Park.

Before the ninth inning Thursday night in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series against the Yankees, a man ran onto the field and asked the Astros second baseman to take a selfie with him.

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“He hugged me and said something like, ‘Okay, let’s just win today, because I spent all my money on the ticket,’” Altuve said. “She took her phone out of her pocket and tried to take a selfie, and I was ready to take it, but then the security guards came and did their job.”

A group of six security guards and police officers pushed the man away before he could take a photo with his cell phone. An Astros spokesman confirmed to The Associated Press that the man was arrested.

Altuve said he wasn’t alarmed when he saw the fan coming at him because the man was wearing the proper gear.

“I saw someone running and I said, ‘Astros jersey; I’m fine,’” Altuve said of the man’s white Craig Biggio shirt.

Astros manager Dusty Baker said he didn’t notice the fan on the field “until the crowd started going crazy.”

“I mean, what he did was wrong, but he seemed harmless. It seemed that she did it out of love and respect for Altuve. And I think Altuve handled it very well,” Baker said.

The three-time batting champion went 0-for-4 in the Astros’ 3-2 win and outscored lightweight hitter Dal Maxvill, who went 0-for-22 in the 1968 World Series for the Cardinals. Future Hall of Famer Gil Hodges remarkably went 0-for-21 in the 1952 World Series for Brooklyn against the Yankees.

Altuve, an eight-time All-Star and 2017 AL MVP, hit .300 with 28 home runs during the regular season.

Houston leads the Yankees 2-0. The Astros planned to travel to New York on Friday and the series resumes Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

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BIG BOPPERS

Bryce Harper and Manny Machado look to keep putting up big numbers when the Phillies host San Diego in Game 3 of the NLCS.

Harper is hitting .419 (13-for-31) with four home runs and four doubles for Philadelphia in this year’s postseason. He drove in seven runs and scored eight in a combined eight games against St. Louis, Atlanta and the Padres.

Machado is hitting .306 (11-for-36) with three home runs and three doubles against the Mets, Dodgers and Phils.

Both stars are looking to win the World Series for the first time. Harper, a two-time NL MVP, never made it to the Fall Classic. Machado lost on his only trip, with the Dodgers against Boston in 2017.

Associated Press contributed to this report.

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