When the glow is gone, how will Royals fans measure the years of losing against the weeks on top?
Classifying the fans you`ll see in the stands for the next three games of the World Series.
And we`re back, ready for Round Two.
The Royals staff threw some major heat and every key moment went their way as they snagged Game Two and evened the World Series at a game apiece.
Few expected these players to steal the show in October, but that didn`t stop them from doing so.
Madison Bumgarner keeps building his legend, while the Royals` game got thoroughly botched.
Ben and Sam talk to McCovey Chronicles author Grant Brisbee about the World Series and the Giants` recent run.
Ben and Sam talk to Kansas City Star Royals beat writer Andy McCullough about the World Series and covering the Royals.
The Royals have the speed, the Giants have the skipper, and both teams have momentum in an unlikely World Series matchup.
The commissioner`s lasting legacy isn`t randomness and meaningless. It`s a more fair world.
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The Giants play on, while Mike Matheny manages one that we`ll never forget.
Ben and Sam discuss NLCS Game Five and respond to Mike Matheny`s post-game comments in real time.
Could sending Molina to the batter`s box essentially without a bat be a better option for the Cardinals simply due to his elite talents behind the plate?
The Cardinals have their backs up against the wall facing the Giants ace, while their (possibly) ailing stud tries to extend their season one more game.
Both teams` bats were awake and neither got much out of their starting pitchers, but the Giants bullpen did what the Cardinals` couldn`t and put St. Louis on the brink of elimination.
The Giants built an early lead, only to see their offense go silent until a critical error by the Cardinals in extra innings.
Andrew Friedman might be the most revered executive in the game--Billy Beane included--and the richest team in baseball just hired him.
One tough thing about allowing a game-winning, soul-crushing postseason home run in front of everybody: You`ve still got a face, and it`s making a face.
The Cardinals nearly let the series get away from them, but four home runs make a lot of sins look small.
Ben and Sam discuss the Cardinals` injuries, the value of outfield arms, Statcast, and more.
Down two games to none, the Orioles are given the slightest of edges on the road with their offense hoping to take advantage of the Royals Game Three starter.
The Royals jump way ahead of the Orioles in the ALCS. It`ll take much more than regression to cost them the pennant now.
Even on the road, the Giants are slight favorites to put the Cardinals in a deep hole.
The outcome never seemed in doubt, as Madison Bumgarner continued to be some kind of dominant.