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Barry Bonds Chills with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian at Game 5 of World Series

The San Francisco Giants have some serious star power backing them at Game 5 of the 2014 World Series at AT&T Park. Former Giants slugger Barry Bonds was in attendance to watch his former team battle the Kansas City Royals in a pivotal...Show More Summary

Cardinals Outfielder Oscar Taveras Dies at the Age of 22

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras passed away on Sunday in a car accident in the Dominican Republic. Taveras' agent confirmed the news, according to's Jesse Sanchez: Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reported the details of the tragic development: Taveras was just 22 years old. Show More Summary

Kansas City Royals vs. SF Giants Game 5: Live Score and World Series Highlights

The Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants take the field tonight for World Series Game 5, with the 2014 Fall Classic knotted up at two games apiece. In a rematch of Game 1, James Shields (1-1, 7.11 ERA this postseason) gets the start for Kansas City opposing San Francisco's Madison Bumgarner ( 3-1, 1.40). Show More Summary

Royals vs. Giants: Adjustments Each Team Must Make for Rest of 2014 World Series

Thus far, the first four games of the 2014 World Series have provided a significant contrast from the first two postseason rounds. Whereas the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants rolled through their respective leagues—losing...Show More Summary

KC Royals vs. SF Giants: Keys for Each Team to Win World Series Game 5

With a San Francisco Giants victory on Saturday night, things are now knotted up with the Kansas City Royals at two games apiece, leaving us with a best-of-three scenario for the right to be called World Series champions. The Game 1Show More Summary

World Series 2014: Royals vs. Giants Game 5 Pitching Preview, Predictions

The San Francisco Giants' bats finally woke up in Game 4 to even up the 2014 World Series, which shifts to a decisive Game 5 that will decide who'll have the edge heading back to Kansas City. The Kansas City Royals continued their momentum swinging in Game 3 by taking the air out of AT&T Park and thus taking a 2-1 series lead. Show More Summary

Updated 2014 World Series MVP Odds as Fall Classic Enters Home Stretch

The San Francisco Giants evened the 2014 World Series at two games apiece Saturday, as the National League champions scored seven unanswered runs to defeat the Kansas City Royals 11-4 in Game 4. The Royals are two wins away from their...Show More Summary

World Series Schedule 2014: TV Info and Live Stream for Royals vs. Giants Game 5

Neutral fans who are simply cheering for as close of a World Series as possible got exactly what they were looking for on Saturday during Game 4. The San Francisco Giants overcame an early 4-1 deficit against the Kansas City Royals to win in dominating fashion, 11-4. Show More Summary

World Series 2014: Schedule and Predictions for Royals vs. Giants Game 5

Game 4 of the 2014 World Series featured an absolute meltdown by the Kansas City Royals. The team quickly watched its 4-2 lead turn into an 11-4 loss to the San Francisco Giants. On the heels of that blowout victory, the series is all tied up once again. With each team winning two games, we're down to a best-of-three championship series. Show More Summary

Royals vs. Giants: Game 5 Time, TV Info, Live Stream and More

Something really rare happened Saturday night. The Kansas City Royals bullpen didn't hold a lead. With Kansas City holding a 4-2 edge heading into fifth inning, the San Francisco Giants exploded for two runs to even the game. Royals starter Jason Vargas ran into issues in the inning. Show More Summary

Royals Blow Golden Opportunity to Go for Giants' Throat in Game 4

For the Kansas City Royals, the hardest part about losing Game 4 on Saturday night isn't that they were blown out 11-4 by the San Francisco Giants. It's that at one point, they actually were leading 4-1 in hostile territory with a golden...Show More Summary

Yusmeiro Petit Sets Pablo Sandoval Up to Further Build October Legacy

Yusmeiro Petit and Pablo Sandoval aren't the likeliest pair of heroes. Then again, this hasn't been the likeliest season for the San Francisco Giants. San Francisco entered Game 4 of the 2014 World Series down 2-1 to the Kansas City Royals after losing a 3-2 heartbreaker Friday night. Show More Summary

Royals vs. Giants: Game 4 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2014 World Series

Just as the Kansas City Royals had one finger on the Commissioner's Trophy, the San Francisco Giants exploded for 11 runs in Game 4, leveling the World Series at 2-2 following an 11-4 victory at AT&T Park on Saturday night. Giants fans will be ecstatic that San Francisco evened the Fall Classic without having to use its ace in Game 4. Show More Summary

Mike Trout, Giancarlo Stanton Win Hank Aaron Award for Best Offensive Player

Mike Trout and Giancarlo Stanton are two of the best young sluggers in baseball, and they have the trophies to prove it. Trout took home the Hank Aaron Award for the American League's best offensive player, with Stanton representingShow More Summary

Mo'ne Davis Throws out 1st Pitch for Game 4 of World Series

Since taking the Little League World Series by storm, life hasn't been the same for Mo'ne Davis, who continues to shine under the spotlight at just 13 years old. On Saturday night, Davis got the opportunity to throw out the first pitch of Game 4 of the 2014 World Series at AT&T Park. Show More Summary

Kansas City Royals vs. SF Giants Game 4: Live Score and World Series Highlights

The Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants are ready to square off in a pivotal Game 4 on Saturday night. On Friday night, the Royals snapped the Giants' six-game winning streak at home in World Series play with a 3-2 victory. Show More Summary

World Series 2014: Preview and Top Storylines for Giants vs. Royals Game 4

The Kansas City Royals are two victories away from their first World Series title in 29 years. After dodging a brief detour to open the series, the Royals bounced back from a Game 1 loss to win the ensuing two games over the San Francisco...Show More Summary

World Series 2014: Odds and Prop Bets Info for Royals vs. Giants Game 4

The Kansas City Royals have taken a stranglehold over the momentum and the San Francisco Giants with a 2-1 World Series lead as it shifts to a pivotal Game 4 in San Francisco. After dropping Game 1 in shocking fashion at home 7-1, the Royals got back to what they've been doing all postseason—refusing to lose. Show More Summary

Why It May Be Time for Pittsburgh Pirates to Cut Ties with Gaby Sanchez

There was a time when Gaby Sanchez was emerging as a reliable, everyday player at the major league level. In 2010, Sanchez broke onto the scene with a.273 batting average and 19 home runs in 151 games for the Miami Marlins, finishing...Show More Summary

Royals vs. Giants: Game 4 Schedule and Pitching Preview for World Series 2014

Despite having to play on the road in a hostile environment, the Kansas City Royals maintained their winning ways in Game 3 of the 2014 World Series, defeating the San Francisco Giants 3-2. The performance featured strong pitching by...Show More Summary

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