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  • Royals run out of magic in Game 1 loss to Giants

     Royals run out of magic in Game 1 loss to Giants
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Another World Series title won't do a whole lot to change San Francisco, a world class city with a quirky personality. The Giants already have won a couple of them since 2010 anyway, and everyone is just looking for another...
  • Bumgarner, Giants cruise in World Series opener

    The Sports Xchange By Alan Eskew, The Sports Xchange Bumgarner, Giants cruise in World Series opener KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- This is October ball, not an August game. In the World Series opener, San Francisco left-hander Madison Bumgarner did not pitch...
  • Bumgarner shines, Shields wilts as Giants drop Royals in Game 1

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. James Shields fixed his eyes upon the man approaching from the dugout. He glared at manager Ned Yost as a final, vain gesture on a night marred by his futility. Shields could scarcely slow San Francisco in the first game of the World...
  • Royals passed up on Buster Posey, Giants are glad they did

    If the Kansas City Royals lose this World Series, none of the decisions they are about to make will be as crucial as one they made six years ago. They could have had Buster Posey. With the third pick of the 2008 draft, the Royals picked first...
  • Royals' South Korean fan is thrilled to be at World Series

    Royals' South Korean fan is thrilled to be at World Series
    The new generation of Kansas City Royals fans might swoon at Alex Gordon, or Lorenzo Cain, or Mike Moustakas. The guy who flew 14 hours to get here from South Korea is a diehard fan. So, as SungWoo Lee bounced behind the batting cage before Game 1 of...
  • Where Giants are concerned, Dodgers fans have a spite to the finish

    Let it end, this autumn of our discontent, made inglorious by the Giants' postseason run. No más, no más. Enough already. The Giants are back in their Halloween orange and black to haunt us again, a too-frequent seasonal curse. Makes you want to smash a...
  • Royals' Ventura ready to bring the heat for Game 2

    The Sports Xchange By Alan Eskew, The Sports Xchange Royals' Ventura ready to bring the heat for Game 2 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Rookie right-hander Yordano Ventura, who starts Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday for the Kansas City Royals against the...
  • Same stage, new uniform for Giants' Peavy

    The Sports Xchange By Alan Eskew, The Sports Xchange Same stage, new uniform for Giants' Peavy KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jake Peavy earned a World Series ring with the Boston Red Sox last year. The right-hander will try to move closer to another...
  • Giants hammer Royals, 7-1, in World Series opener

    Giants hammer Royals, 7-1, in World Series opener
    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,...
  • Five things we know heading into World Series Game 2

    The Sports Xchange By David Smale, The Sports Xchange Five things we know heading into World Series Game 2 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Behind Hunter Pence's bat and Madison Bumgarner's left arm, the San Francisco Giants cruised to a 7-1 win over the Kansas...
  • Orioles' Buck Showalter edged for Sporting News AL Manager of the Year by one vote

    Orioles' Buck Showalter edged for Sporting News AL Manager of the Year by one vote
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter was narrowly edged for the Sporting News American League Manager of the Year award, finishing behind the Los Angeles Angels' Mike Scioscia by just one vote. The award, which has been given out every year since 1936, is...