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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.
Do you believe in beeracles? Watch Madison Bumgarner one-up Travis Ishikawa’s historic walk-off home run by drink six-beers at the same time.
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, Barry Bonds was not wearing Google Glass during the first pitch. Hopefully he’s sipping on some good tea in his luxury suite.
Game 3 of the National League Championship Series went into extra innings Tuesday before Cardinals reliever Randy Choate — soon-to-be related to Randy “Choke” jokes – threw a fielded bunt wide of first base, allowing Brandon Crawford to score to win the game for San Francisco. It’s just like every little boy in Little League imagined it!
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.
In the first inning of an afternoon playoff game between the Giants and the Nationals, the sun was eclipsed by a large object in the sky during Adam Laroche’s at-bat.
Madison Bumgarner took complete control of the game from the beginning, allowing just four hits in a shutout win over the Pirates in the NL Wild Card Game. The Giants will move on to play in the NLDS against Washington now.
The Giants clinched a playoff berth last night thanks to a Brewers loss, setting off one of those patented insane champagne-filled clubhouse celebrations that look so fun. Then CSN Bay Area made the curious decision of turning the camera over to Hunter Pence.