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Jeremy Affeldt

Giants rally to beat Royals, 11-4, tie World Series

Giants rally to beat Royals, 11-4, tie World Series

The third baseman was throwing up before the game. The right fielder was leading a group hug. The manager, as stoic as stoic gets, took off his cap and slammed it to the ground when the game did not go his team's way. Those were your victors. The most entertaining Saturday night show in this town: Game 4 of the World Series. The San Francisco Giants had just driven a stake through the heart of the Kansas City Royals, scoring 10 unanswered runs in an 11-4 romp, and the manager of the losing team could not contain his delight at how much gosh darn fun he had. “I've never felt so good about getting my tail whooped in my life,” Ned Yost said. This Series will go six...

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