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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

World Series 2014: Royals vs. Giants Game 4 Pitching Preview, Predictions

If you only watched Game 1 of the World Series and have been out of the loop ever since, you might be shocked at what the Kansas City Royals have done over the last 18 innings as we head into a crucial Game 4. The San Francisco Giants...Show More Summary

Mid-World Series Questions That Must Be Answered to Decide the Champion

The World Series is three games in, and the upstart Kansas City Royals have a two-games-to-one lead over the San Francisco Giants—winners of two of the past four championships—after their 3-2 road victory on Friday night. Yes, the Royals,...Show More Summary

Predicting the Baltimore Orioles' 2015 Opening Day Roster

Anyone who's read or seen Moneyball knows the stresses that come along with assembling a 25-man major league roster, especially in the wake of a disappointing dismissal from the postseason. Unfortunately, the real-life version of team-building...Show More Summary

Trust Ratings for Every 2014 World Series Late-Inning Pitcher

The trust that a player builds with his teammates and manager over the course of baseball's regular season is, unquestionably, a vital part of any team's success. If there's no trust, there's no success—and there's certainly no deepShow More Summary

World Series Schedule 2014: TV Info and Live Stream for Royals vs. Giants Game 4

The first of three World Series contests took place at AT&T Park on Friday night, but the home team did not prevail. The Kansas City Royals defeated the San Francisco Giants 3-2 on the heels of a defensive showdown. The game's result...Show More Summary

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

Let this sink in for a minute—the Kansas City Royals are two victories away from winning the World Series. Kansas City stuck to its familiar postseason formula of impressive defense and dominant bullpen pitching on Friday to scrap together a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Show More Summary

Royals vs. Giants: Game 4 Time, TV Info, Live Stream and More

After both the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants romped through their respective leagues, it has become increasingly clear that the 2014 World Series will be a much longer affair. With neither team able to steer the game towards...Show More Summary

KC Royals vs. SF Giants: Keys for Each Team to Win World Series Game 4

There are no must-win games until one team actually must win. But Game 4 of the 2014 World Series is about as close as it gets for the San Francisco Giants. After losing 3-2 to the Kansas City Royals at home Friday night, the Giants find themselves in a 2-1 hole. Show More Summary

Buster Posey, Bruce Bochy Are the Keys to Giants' World Series Comeback

The numbers cannot be ignored. Before this World Series, 54 of them have been tied 1-1, and of the 54 Game 3 winners, 38 have gone on to win the whole thing, according to Elias Sports Bureau. That is a touch more than 70 percent andShow More Summary

Royals' Game 3 Win Proves Not Even Ned Yost's Gambles Can Stop Their Bullpen

Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost didn't make it easy on his bullpen in Game 3 of the World Series. Were it a lesser bullpen, it might have snapped. It's a good thing, then, that the Royals bullpen is anything but "lesser." On Friday night at AT&T Park, the Royals downed the San Francisco Giants by a 3-2 final to take a 2-1 series lead. Show More Summary

Rookie Brandon Finnegan Makes History with 1st NCAA, MLB World Series Double-Dip

There are good years, and then there's Brandon Finnegan's year. In June, he pitched in the College World Series for Texas Christian University. That same month, the Kansas City Royals drafted the 21-year-old left-hander in the first round. Show More Summary

Royals vs. Giants: Game 3 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2014 World Series

A loss in the opening game of the World Series snapped an eight-game winning streak for the Kansas City Royals. On Friday night, they started a new streak with a second straight win over the San Francisco Giants. In a pivotal game after dropping the first matchup at home, the Royals stymied the Giants' lineup in a 3-2 victory. Show More Summary

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