Baseball Tops Football On Saturday In Prime Time. FOX Leads The Way.

The two power teams of the American League faced off against each other for the first game of the NLCS in Houston, TX, Saturday evening, and the New York Yankees demolished the home Astros 7-0 as Tanaka pitches a gem and Torres sets records hitting. This gave FOX the #1 spot on Saturday evening in prime time with an average 5,694 million viewers.

#1 FOX Baseball Yankees vs Astros 5.694 million viewers.                                                             #2 ABC Football Penn State vs Iowa 3.557 million viewers.                                                           #3 NBC Football USC vs Notre Dame 3.043 million viewers.                                                              #4 CBS Reruns (NCIS & All Rise) & 48 Hours 3.027 million viewers

Broadcast prime time on Saturday drew 15.321 million viewers.

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