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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Minute-by-Minute Anticipation



If you have not heard - that, of course, would be if you have not listened to the radio, watched TV, read the newspaper, surfed the Internet or been out of the house in the last 24 hours - we are back to a tied Series! Kansas City Royals renewed their hopes of a first World Series title in 29 years. Seven hits keyed a relentless seven-run rally in the second inning last night and the Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 10-0 to force a decisive Game 7. With that being reported, tonight's the night...minute-by-minute the clock is ticking away in anticipation of the winner as the 110th Series comes to a close.
When the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants meet in Game 7 of the 2014 World Series on Wednesday night in Kansas City, Mo., it will be just the sixth Game 7 in the last 26 World Series. In the meantime, test your knowledge of recent Game 7s in the Fall Classic with our World Series Game 7 trivia quiz. Click HERE...

Series tied 3-3
Game 6, Final - yesterday (Tuesday), 8:07 PM
Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City Royals =10


 San Francisco Giants = 0

 Take a look back at the past 49 World Series champions
beginning with the year 1964 as we await
the outcome of the 2014 Fall Classic.


Click the image to access the video...


http://m.mlb.com/video/topic/63106348/v36873157/a-look-back-at-the-last-49-world-series-clinchers 
 Mickey Mantle rounding third base in game 3 of the
1964 World Series after hitting a home run.


Tiny Tidbit of Trivia: Music on the Baseball Scene, or not?

There will be none of this “Lorde business“ during the World Series if San Francisco has something to say about it. Two radio stations banned the New Zealand musician’s songRoyals during the duration of the World Series. "Royals" won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year 2014.
 
 BaseballAll-American!