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Where Madison Bumgarner's Game 7 Ranks Among All-Time World Series Performances

The San Francisco Giants are officially 2014 World Series champions after a 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals in Game 7 on Friday night. One of the biggest storylines heading into the game was whether or not Madison Bumgarner would...Show More Summary

Handicapping the Early World Series Odds for the 2015 Season

The 2015 World Series is only 350-something days away. Between now and then there will be an offseason of free-agent signings and trades, spring training, a 162-game regular season, a couple of wild-card games, the division-series round and the championship-series round. Show More Summary

SF Giants Take Unconventional Path to Achieving MLB Dynasty Status

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Oh, what a perfect place for the San Francisco Giants to expand their burgeoning Dynasty, yes, capital D Dynasty. In a baseball city that calls its team the Royals, underneath a center field scoreboard that read “Giants...Show More Summary

Bleacher Report's 2014 World Series Awards

The ultimate goal of Major League Baseball's season? Win the World Series and the Commissioner's Trophy that comes as a tangible representation of being the last team standing. With the San Francisco Giants' victory over the Kansas City...Show More Summary

San Francisco Fans Set Fire to Couch After Giants Win World Series

San Francisco Giants fans may have gotten a little carried away with their celebrations after the team took home its third World Series title in five years Wednesday. Kale Williams of the San Francisco Chronicle tweeted out photos of fans in the middle of Mission Street lighting a couch on fire. Show More Summary

Bruce Bochy's Game 7 Guts Cement Hall of Fame Managerial Legacy

"In Bochy we trust." If that's not already emblazoned above the entrance to the San Francisco Giants clubhouse, it should be. For the third time in five seasons, the manager's unflappable acumen and uncanny knack for pulling the right levers led his team to the promised land. Show More Summary

Royals' Future Remains Bright Despite Crushing End to World Series Run

The wait lasted 29 seasons. This time the pain will be different but familiar once again. The Kansas City Royals had the World Series-winning run at the plate, but Madison Bumgarner was on the bump. It ended with a pop-up Wednesday night...Show More Summary

Series MVP Madison Bumgarner's Heroics on 2 Days' Rest Cap Immortal October

Madison Bumgarner's postseason performance didn't need a finishing touch. After all he had done leading up to Game 7 of the World Series, his October was already one for the books. But he gave it a finishing touch anyway. And in doing...Show More Summary

Giants Parade 2014: Route, Date, Time, Live Stream and TV Info

For the third time in five years, the San Francisco Giants will ground the heart of their city to a halt as it basks in a World Series triumph. The Giants beat the Kansas City Royals, 3-2, in Game 7 of the Fall Classic on Wednesday night,...Show More Summary

Chevy Spokesman Struggles to Describe Madison Bumgarner's New Car

Sure, Madison Bumgarner won the 2014 World Series MVP award, but Chevrolet regional zone manager Rikk Wilde stole the show Wednesday night. After the San Francisco Giants' 3-2 win in Game 7 against the Kansas City Royals, Wilde was presenting Bumgarner with a new truck. Show More Summary

Madison Bumgarner Wins 2014 World Series MVP Award

San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner won his third game of the World Series in shutting down the Kansas City Royals, closing out the 2014 Fall Classic by a score of 3-2 in Wednesday's Game 7. Coming off short rest and a complete-game...Show More Summary

Giants Win 2014 World Series: Highlights, Twitter Reaction to Celebration

The San Francisco Giants went into Kauffman Stadium and defeated the hosting Kansas City Royals 3-2 on Wednesday to clinch the 2014 World Series in a sensational Game 7 finale. Keyed by a historic relief effort from ace starting pitcher...Show More Summary

San Francisco Giants Celebrate After Winning 2014 World Series

Thanks to another shutdown performance from Madison Bumgarner in Game 7, the San Francisco Giants are now World Series champions for the third time in five years. Bumgarner came in as a relief pitcher in the fifth inning and never left, finishing the game with a 3-2 win. Show More Summary

Complete Offseason Guide, Predictions for the San Francisco Giants

Thanks to Madison Bumgarner's left arm, some timely hitting and superb defense, the San Francisco Giants have become baseball's newest dynasty, besting the Kansas City Royals in seven games to win the team's third World Series Championship...Show More Summary

Royals' Hosmer Matches Team Record for Hits in a Postseason

While the ultimate result may not have been what he was looking for, Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer earned a piece of team history during the playoffs, matching Willie Wilson's franchise record of 20 hits in a single postseason,...Show More Summary

Complete Offseason Guide, Predictions for the Kansas City Royals

When the Kansas City traded a package of talent, including top prospects Wil Myers and Jake Odorizzi, to the Tampa Bay Rays for James Shields before the 2013 season, the Royals were giving themselves a two-year window to end nearly three...Show More Summary

Giants vs. Royals: Game 7 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2014 World Series

For the third time in five years, the San Francisco Giants are the kings of Major League Baseball. Madison Bumgarner threw five scoreless innings of relief, propelling Bruce Bochy's squad to an instant-classic, 3-2, Game 7 win over the...Show More Summary

New York Yankees' 8 Most Tradable Assets for the 2014-15 Offseason

With the disappointing 2014 season behind them, the New York Yankees and general manager Brian Cashman are now a mere day from the start of the Major League Baseball offseason. Though it's fairly doubtful the Bombers will embark on another...Show More Summary

Mother and Daughter Share Good Omen for a Royals Game 7 Win

Kansas City Royals fans are fired up for Game 7 of the World Series against the San Francisco Giants, but we're pretty sure these are the only two fans with this story. A mother and daughter brought signs to Game 7, with the mother being three months pregnant with her daughter back during Game 7 of the 1985 World Series, the team's only title. Show More Summary

October 29, 2014: Finishing up the Postseason…

Poor Jake Peavy. From a CY Young in 2007 to not being able to win a game if his life depended on it. 3 World Series Starts and 3 stupendous World Series losses (This includes last year’s 4 inning start with the Red Sox). He is truly the Tim Wakefield of baseball these days. He […]

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