Kansas City Royals
The Kansas City Royals eked out a win over the San Francisco Giants in Game 3 of the World Series. Here are 5 things you missed.
A larger mentality is shared by the front offices of the Royals and Cubs.
The Royals were back to their old selves against the Giants in Game Two. The World Series heads to San Francisco this weekend.
Billy Butler hit a tiebreaking single, Salvador Perez and Omar Infante drove in two runs each with big hits in a five-run sixth inning, and the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 7-2 Wednesday night to even the World Series at one game apiece.
By the time Madison Bumgarner took the mound to throw his first pitch, the San Francisco Giants already held a three-run lead. It might as well have been 100 with the way MadBum and this orange-and-black bunch play in the World Series.
The Giants and Royals got to the World Series by playing better baseball than better teams. Which team will emerge as champion?
The World Series between the Royals and Giants will feature two teams that didn’t even win 90 games during the regular season.
The Kansas City Royals traded for starting pitcher James Shields before the 2013 season, giving up top hitting prospect Wil Myers.
Baseball is trying to be pure again. And when you consider the final four teams in the MLB postseason, they did a good job.
Baseball fans outside of San Francisco will be rooting for the Royals.
The Royals reached their first World Series since 1985 with eight straight playoff wins.
While many people know about the Giants, they are no rookie when it comes to the World Series having won two in the last four years, little is known about the Kansas City Royals. Here are five fun facts about America’s newest favorite team.
The Royals are headed to the World Series for the first time since 1985.
There was so much going with this overnight caller.
The Royals lead the Orioles 2-0. The Cardinals and Giants are tied at one game. What’s the chance of each possible World Series matchup?
The Royals have a six-game winning streak in the 2014 MLB postseason. And now they head back to Kansas City with a 2-0 lead over the Orioles in the ALCS.
The Royals have the smallest payroll of the remaining MLB playoff teams.
The Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals are both in the ALCS, with unlikely sweeps in their respective ALDS matchups.
Almost an hour had passed, and the postgame party had moved from the field to the Kansas City clubhouse, where victory champagne was once again flowing. Yet as sheets of rain fell at Kauffman Stadium, thousands of celebrating Royals fans refused to leave. They had waited 29 years to soak in moments like these.
The Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels each find themselves in an 0-2 hole. Can either team recover?