As the Phillies take on the Houston Astros in the World Series, assistant sports editor Matthew DeGeorge and Phillies beat writer for the Delaware County Daily Times will be in Houston with pregame, live and postgame coverage .

Search for “LIVE LIVE: Phillies vs. Astros World Series” story online with expanded coverage when the series moves to Philadelphia. Coverage begins tonight with Game 1.

While you’re getting ready for game day, check out some of our coverage of the Phillies and their die-hard fans:

Phillies vs. Astros: Key World Series matchups and what you need to know

PHILADELPHIA — There’s a lot of juxtaposition between the pending World Series rivals the Houston Astros and the Phillies. However, in most breakdowns, the Astros will dominate point-by-point comparisons. So, in honor of the age-old tradition of the World Series, we present a sharp version of this matchup. Click here to read the full story.

Phillies need everyone to contribute in World Series and fans will be thrilled, says retired Philly Mickey Marandini

Glen Mills resident Mickey Marandini, who played 11 seasons for the Phillies and was a key player in that team’s 1993 World Series run, had a lot of good things to say about the current team on Friday and predicts the future streak with the Astros could go further. Click here to read more.

Phillies add Nick Nelson and Nick Matton to World Series roster

HOUSTON – The Phillies made two changes to their World Series roster Friday before Game 1.

They traded pitcher Nick Nelson for lefty Bailey Folter and added a bat in Nick Mayton for outfielder Dalton Guthrie. Click here to read more.

The streaks may be different, but the Phillies say they won’t change

HOUSTON – From his seat in the third-base dugout at Minute Maid Park, just as he had hours earlier on the team bus from the hotel, Phillies president Dave Dombrowski made a recommendation.

The Phillies charted an unexpected course this postseason, ending an 11-year playoff drought and climbing from the third and final wild card to the World Series. Click here to read more.

Plymouth Barber Leaves His Mark on Phillies Ps

PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP — If you’re looking for a unique way to show off your ph movie in Phillies, stop by Sal Giannone.

The owner of Sal’s Barbershop in Plymouth Meeting has been busy lately, finishing off haircuts with the perfect Phillies P all week. Click here to read more.

Excited fans gather Phillies gear in Berks

Kathy Weinheimer was sorting through a rack of white Philadelphia Phillies T-shirts at Berkshire Mall Boscov’s, two other shirts already draped over her left arm.

“I’m getting one for my son,” she said with a smile. Click here to read more.

The Liberty Bell on the football field is associated with a business in Chalfont

CHALFONT — The Phillies’ improbable run to the World Series was fueled by home runs, making the team — and much of the region — well-acquainted with the slogan “Ring the Bells.”

Therefore, the entrance to the stadium is marked by a bell. Click here to read more.

The Astros look to capitalize on the apparent advantage over the Phillies

PHILADELPHIA — Rob Thomson had an idea Wednesday about what he would see from the Houston Astros in the World Series. Click here to read more.