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Bringing baseball back to Montreal and an obscenely hip manager to the L.A. Dodgers. Makes too much sense.
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.
I mean, how else would you want him to answer that question after getting swept by the freaking Royals.
Unfortunately, Barry Bonds was not wearing Google Glass during the first pitch. Hopefully he’s sipping on some good tea in his luxury suite.
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.
Hunter Pence Gives Us The Jordan Tongue While Crashing Into The Wall To Make An Outrageous Game-Saving Catch
If the Giants win another World Series, they may have to build a statue to honor Hunter Pence. Not for his amazing/goofy catch to save a potential triple and to maintain a one-run lead in the sixth inning of Game 4 of the NLDS against the Nationals, but at least for his face/tongue during and after the grab.
Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw was dominant for the first six innings of the National League Division Series against the Cardinals. Then, Matt Adams happened.
MLB’s Pace of Game Committee met and discovered something: baseball is a slow game to watch. They also reported that LA has bad traffic, the NFL is misogynistic, and Gerard Butler hasn’t mad a good movie since “300.” Toward that end, the Committee made a list of suggested rule changes, which they will pilot test during the Arizona Fall League (Note to MLB: Arizona Fall is an oxymoron; there’s only summer, extra summer, not too hot, and rain).