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Sunday, October 26, 2014


On Friday night, the Kansas City Royals secured a second win in Game 3, which broke the 1-1 tie placing the Royals in the lead. Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost grabbed the wheel and took the keys in the sixth inning.
In the Royals’ harrowing, 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants, Yost coaxed all 12 outs he needed from his bullpen in head-scratching, mind-bending, game-winning fashion. He rooted for his own hitter to make an out. He allowed a reliever to hit with a man on base in the seventh inning. He let a right-handed pitcher face a left-handed batter while a left-handed pitcher warmed up. He asked for a rookie who plied his trade this spring at Texas Christian University to record the night’s biggest outs. The decisions led ultimately to the Royals taking a 2-1 lead in the 110th World Series.
Source: The Washington Post 

Royals take lead 2-1
Game 3, Final - Friday, October 24, 8:07 PM
AT&T Park, San Francisco, California 

Kansas City Royals = 3
San Francisco Giants = 2

That was Friday and here we are on Sunday after Game 4. The spotlight has shifted yet once again with the Giants securing a second win bringing the World Series to another tied status. While the Royals edged past the Giants in Game 3, the Giants turned a close game into a blowout by scoring eight runs in the fifth, sixth and seventh innings ending Game 4 with a score of 11-4.

Series tied 2-2
Game 4, Final - Saturday, 8:07 PM
AT&T Park, San Francisco, California
 San Francisco Giants = 11

Kansas City Royals = 4

After the Giant's BIG win, it is still anyone's Series!
What you missed on TV: Little League World Series star Mo'ne Davis received the royal treatment at AT&T Park during Game 4, participating in pregame ceremonies on the field and throwing out the ceremonial first pitch as MLB honored the 75th anniversary of Little League Baseball.


And of course, she climbed all the way to the pitcher's mound and threw a strike.

 Mo'ne Davis throws perfect first pitch at Game 4 of World Series.

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