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  • Giants vs. Royals, projected World Series lineups

    Giants vs. Royals, projected World Series lineups
    WORLD SERIES: GIANTS VS. ROYALS PROJECTED LINEUPS KANSAS CITY POS; PLAYER; AVG.; HR; RBI; COMMENT SS; Alcides Escobar; .285; 3; 50; .283 first half, .287 second half, .278 postseason. RF; Nori Aoki; .285; 1; 43; Jarrod Dyson is designated runner...
  • World Series: Giants topple Royals to take Game 1

    World Series: Giants topple Royals to take Game 1
    The Kansas City Royals would not be here without James Shields. They bet big on him, in one of the most criticized trades in recent memory, and they won. No pitcher in the major leagues started more games this season, and the Royals got into the playoffs,...
  • World Series: Royals win Game 2 to even series with Giants

    World Series: Royals win Game 2 to even series with Giants
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Salvador Perez hit a two-run double and Omar Infante belted a two-run homer in a five-run sixth inning, and the Kansas City Royals defeated the San Francisco Giants 7-2 Wednesday night to even the World Series at one game apiece....
  • Royals getting harder to deal with, beat Giants and lead World Series

    Royals getting harder to deal with, beat Giants and lead World Series
    SAN FRANCISCO — Zack Greinke asked out of Kansas City four years ago. He was in the prime of his career. He would not sign a new contract with the Royals because he wanted to win and, as he told anyone who asked, he did not believe the Royals...
  • No harm, no foul after Madison Bumgarner misquote

    No harm, no foul after Madison Bumgarner misquote
    We can only imagine the uproar Babe Ruth's Called Shot home run at Wrigley Field would have created if Twitter had been around during the 1932 World Series. Instead, we'll have to settle for the silly controversy surrounding a single tweet about...
  • 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...
  • Bothersome tweet moot after Giants victory in Game 4

    SAN FRANCISCO — We can only imagine the uproar Babe Ruth's "Called Shot" home run at Wrigley Field would have created if Twitter had been around during the 1932 World Series. Instead, we'll have to settle for the silly controversy surrounding a...
  • Royals' bullpen makes Ned Yost's life easy

    SAN FRANCISCO — Grateful Dead songs played over the p.a. system at AT&T Park during batting practice Friday in what may have been a devious plan to mellow out Royals' hitters before Game 3 of the World Series. After the shaky performance of the...
  • World Series notes: A tough year ends well for Royals' Raul Ibanez

    World Series notes: A tough year ends well for Royals' Raul Ibanez
    This turned out to be a pretty good year for Raul Ibanez. He lost his job with the Angels, and then his roster spot. But the Kansas City Royals signed him, so Ibanez gets a share of playoff money from the Angels and the Royals, and a World Series...
  • Angels' Jerry Dipoto won't copy Royals' blueprint

    Angels' Jerry Dipoto won't copy Royals' blueprint
    It wasn't just shrewd management in the front office and on the field that enabled Tampa Bay to overcome its small-market limitations to win two American League East titles and two wild-card berths from 2008 to 2013. "Part of our success is we came...
  • Royals force Game 7 with 10-0 win over Giants

    Royals force Game 7 with 10-0 win over Giants
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Mike Moustakas smoked a double inside the right-field line, opening the flood gates. Nori Aoki slapped a single through the left side, Lorenzo Cain dropped a bloop hit into center and Eric Hosmer bounced a double over a drawn-in...