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Kansas City Wins Exciting Wild Card Game Over Athletics

3 months agoNews : The Two-Way

It took 12 innings, but the Kansas City Royals won the American League Wild Card game over the Oakland Athletics 9-8.

2014 ALDS schedule: Angels vs. Royals

With a 9-8 win over the Oakland Athletics in 12 innings in the American League Wild Card Game on Tuesday night in Kansas City, the Kansas City Royals have moved into the American League's final four teams still alive. The Royas willShow More Summary

A's, Royals Tied in Extras in AL Wild-Card Game

3 months agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The Oakland Athletics and Kansas City Royals were tied 7-7 after 11 innings Tuesday night in a dramatic AL wild-card game.

Coco Crisp Injury: Updates on Athletics Star's Hamstring and Return

As the Oakland Athletics look to prolong their stay in the 2014 postseason, they may not be able to count on Coco Crisp. According to Hardball Talk's Drew Silva, Crisp left Tuesday night's American League Wild Card Game against the Kansas City Royals after possibly injuring his hamstring. Show More Summary

Kansas City Police Want Citizens to Behave So They Can Enjoy Royals Game

With the Kansas City Royals and Oakland Athletics locked in an extra-innings Wild Card Game battle Tuesday evening, the Kansas City police are trying to enjoy the Royals' first postseason berth in nearly three decades. The official police...Show More Summary

Royals' Jarrod Dyson Busts out Dance After Stealing 3rd in 9th of AL Wild Card

Kansas City Royals pinch runner Jarrod Dyson busted out a little dance after stealing third base in the bottom of the ninth inning of the AL Wild Card game vs. the Oakland Athletics. Dyson would go on to score on a sacrifice fly from Norichika Aoki, tying the game at 7-7 and sending it to extra innings. [GIFDSports] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Brandon Moss gives Athletics 5-3 lead with 2nd home run

Moss is doing his best to break the heart of an entire city. Brandon Moss hit a three-run homer with no outs in the top of the sixth inning to give the Oakland Athletics a 5-3 lead over the Kansas City Royals in the AL Wild Card play-in...Show More Summary

Geovany Soto Injury: Updates on Athletics Catcher's Thumb and Return

If the Oakland Athletics are able to beat the Kansas City Royals and advance to the American League Division Series, they may have to proceed without catcher Geovany Soto. The 31-year-old veteran, who was acquired by the A's in August,...Show More Summary

Geovany Soto leaves game with left thumb injury

The Athletics' starting catcher was hurt while tagging out Eric Hosmer at the plate in the first inning. Oakland Athletics catcher Geovany Soto left in the second inning of the AL Wild Card play-in game against the Kansas City Royals...Show More Summary

Athletics' Brandon Moss Hits 2-Run Home Run in 1st Inning of AL Wild Card Game

Oakland Athletics first baseman Brandon Moss hit a two-run home run during the first inning of the American League Wild Card Game against the Kansas City Royals. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

AL Wild Card Game 2014: Oakland A's vs. Kansas City Royals

The Royals host the Athletics in a one-game, winner-take-all elimination round for the right to face the Angels. I just got here. Who are these guys? The Royals: The Royals can't hit, but with their rotation and bullpen they haven'tShow More Summary

Oakland A's vs. Kansas City Royals: Live Score, Highlights for 2014 AL Wild Card

The 2014 MLB postseason is finally here! The playoffs return to Kansas City for the first time in 29 years as the Royals play host to the Oakland Athletics for the 2014 AL Wild Card Game. The A’s will send battle-tested Jon Lester and...Show More Summary

Oakland Athletics: Keys to Winning the Wild Card Game

Despite a 22-33 record over the past two months as well as injuries and inconsistency, the Oakland Athletics secured the second American League wild-card spot in the season’s final game. With 162 games now in the rear-view mirror, MLB.com's...Show More Summary

Sans Cespedes Oakland Looks to Lester to Flush Royals

Pitching wins in October. Heck, pitching wins from April through September, too. So, you can understand why the Oakland Athletics pulled the trigger on a blockbuster trade this summer to land ace lefty Jon Lester. Since the move was made Lester has been just fine. Show More Summary

Athletics' Adam Dunn Set for 1st Career Postseason Appearance After 2,001 Games

After logging 2,001 regular-season games, Oakland Athletics designated hitter Adam Dunn is finally set to make the first postseason appearance of his career in Tuesday's American League wild-card game against the Kansas City Royals.Show More Summary

AL Wild Card Game 2014: Breaking Down Biggest X-Factors in A's vs. Royals Clash

Tuesday's American League Wild Card Game will feature two extremely different teams as the Kansas City Royals host the Oakland Athletics. Both teams will be backed by excellent starting pitchers, with "Big Game" James Shields going for...Show More Summary

AL Wild Card Game 2014: Royals vs. Athletics Breakdown and Predictions

The 2014 MLB postseason begins Tuesday, with the Kanas City Royals set to host the Oakland Athletics in the American League Wild Card Game (8:07 p.m. ET, TV: TBS). Kansas City captured the top AL Wild Card spot to secure its first postseason...Show More Summary

Royals fans are celebrating like it’s 1985, and the playoffs haven’t even begun yet

3 months agoSports : The Early Lead

The Kansas City Royals have made the playoffs for the first time since 1985, ending Major League Baseball’s longest postseason drought. They’ll host the Oakland Athletics in the one-game American League wild-card playoff on Tuesday night (8:07 p.m. EDT, TBS). Kansas City’s fans, as you might expect, are pretty excited about this. Let us count […]

MLB playoffs 2014 live stream: How to watch the postseason online

All you need to know about how to watch the MLB playoffs online. The 2014 MLB playoffs begin Tuesday night with the Kansas City Royals hosting the Oakland Athletics in the AL Wild Card contest. Games throughout the MLB playoffs will be broadcast on a variety of TV stations, and fans will also have the option of streaming the games online. Show More Summary

Athletics vs. Royals, 2014 A.L. Wild Card Game: Time, TV schedule, live stream and starting pitchers

The regular season is over, and the champagne celebrations have ended. Now the A's and Royals will face off Tuesday in Kansas City to decide who plays the Angels in the ALDS. The Kansas City Royals and Oakland Athletics both made big trades to acquire a top starting pitcher specifically for games like Tuesday night's AL Wild Card matchup. Show More Summary

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