Ben and Sam discuss World Series hangovers and the Danny Duffy deception, then talk about what they learned from the Royals and the Giants.
Madison Bumgarner dominated in an unfamiliar role on Wednesday night to help the Giants claim their third World Series in five years. How did he do it?
"His whole pitch arsenal is a strength."
A bit more quietly, Jeremy Affeldt is approaching postseason records as impressive as Madison Bumgarner`s.
We don`t know anything about baseball, part 1 million.
A strong outing from Yordano Ventura and a rough second inning for the Giants means we all get a Game Seven on Wednesday.
Ben and Sam discuss Joe Maddon`s decision to opt out of his contract with Tampa Bay, then talk about other front-office comings and goings and Miguel Cabrera`s surgery.
These bullpen arms once proved pivotal in October.
Ben and Sam talk about the tragic death of Oscar Taveras, then discuss the baseball they watched over the weekend.
Yusmeiro Petit has been an unheralded and surprising key during the Giants` postseason run and he came up big once again on Saturday night.
No matter how questionable the decision, everything Ned Yost does this postseason seems to work in the end.
Down 2-1, the storyline heading into Saturday night is clearly the Giants` decision to not go with their ace on short rest.
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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