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With the Kansas City Royals reeling over a one-game losing streak in the postseason, the Royals were able to win Game 2 Tuesday night against the San Francisco Giants, 7-2 – and we had you covered with our live blog.
The Yostseason continued on Tuesday, as Hunter Pence and the Giants took a 1-0 series lead with a comfortable win over the Royals. We have your recap here.
Tonight the San Francisco Giants punched their ticket to the 2014 World Series when Travis Ishikawa – that guy you pick up for your fantasy team every now and then but does nothing for you – hit a three-run, walk-off homer. They got there with a combination of pitching and pitching and will now face their mirror image in the Royals, in a series that promises to have about as much scoring as a Star Trek convention.
Unfortunately, I’m going to be out of the country for this year’s World Series (likely proving that it is not in fact a WORLD anything). But with Kansas City in for the first time since Reagan was president, I couldn’t resist a re-write of Lorde’s song about George Brett. Do not try this at home. Enjoy.
Rudd’s mom doesn’t like your dangerous antics.
I mean, how else would you want him to answer that question after getting swept by the freaking Royals.
“I Sold My Left Arm For An ALCS Ticket”. I hope it wasn’t to Game 5. Because the Royals just swept the Orioles.
In the “Which of these two AL teams will I root for no matter what against the NL” series, the Royals won a low-scoring 2-1 affair against the Orioles Tuesday night. Kansas City could finish their second sweep of the postseason with a win Wednesday afternoon.
Sadly, the Angels’ only victory in their series with Kansas City came in Game 2 in the stands, shown above.
Kansas City waited 29 years to return to the postseason and they did not disappoint. The Royals steal seven bases and overcome two Brandon Moss home runs to beat the Athletics 9-8 in extras. They’ll face the Angels in the ALDS later this week.