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G6 DYK: KC shutout largest in WS since 1985

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The Royals put up some of their best postseason numbers in franchise history en route to a 10-0 victory over the Giants on Tuesday to set up a winner-take-all Game 7 in the World Series. Here are some of the more interesting facts and figures to come out of Game 6. Read More »

Rested ‘pen tops 10 reasons Royals will win Game 7

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Kansas City's three shutdown relievers -- all of whom have better stuff than most closers -- could work four innings in tonight's Game 7, maybe even more. That's a huge edge for the Royals, even if the Giants do use Madison Bumgarner out of their bullp... Read More »

Did you know: Giants-Royals part of Game 7 history

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The home team has won each of the last nine World Series Game 7s, dating to 1982. The Royals will host the Giants on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium to decide a winner in the 2014 Fall Classic. Read More »

Statcast: Cain’s bloop single breaks open Game 6

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The Royals didn't exactly tear the cover off the ball in the second inning on Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium, but that didn't prevent a seven-run outburst that set up a 10-0 victory over the Giants in Game 6 of the World Series. Statcast breaks down... Read More »

Oct. 28 Yordano Ventura postgame interview

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Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura addressed the media with teammate Christian Colon serving as interpreter after Game 6 of the World Series in Kansas City. Read More »

Royals force Game 7 as bats erupt, Ventura cruises

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Maybe it was the passion in the home crowd. Maybe it was more magic from the Royals' bag. Maybe it was the spirit of 1985. Whatever it was, it worked magnificently for the Royals and Yordano Ventura as they forced a Game 7 in the 110th World Series wit... Read More »

Tale of the tape: Giants-Royals, Game 7

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Here's a breakdown of the pitching matchup for Game 7 of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday between the Giants' Tim Hudson and the Royals' Jeremy Guthrie. Read More »

Oct. 28 Ned Yost postgame interview

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Royals manager Ned Yost addressed the media after Game 6 of the World Series in Kansas City. Read More »

No guts, no glory: Guthrie draws Game 7 start

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Jeremy Guthrie will make the biggest start of his career tonight as the Royals go for the World Series championship in the winner-take-all Game 7 at Kauffman Stadium. Read More »

Loyal Royal Sweeney cherishes connection to club

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Although Mike Sweeney doesn't feel any pangs watching the Royals make their frenetic push through October, it does serve as a reminder that he wasn't able to do the same with the organization when he was in uniform. In that respect he's glad to be cont... Read More »

Male breast cancer survivor watches Game 6 from O’Neil seat

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Men have breasts, too. That is the message Bret Miller wants to shout from the Buck O'Neil Legacy Seat behind home plate at Kauffman Stadium for Game 6 of the World Series. Read More »

Royals, Giants pay respects to Taveras at Game 6

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The pregame ceremony prior to Game 6 of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday night began on a solemn note, with a moment of silence being held for St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras and his girlfriend, Edilia Arvelo. Read More »

Prospect Zimmer undergoes shoulder surgery

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Kyle Zimmer, the Royals' No. 2 overall prospect and top pitching prospect, underwent exploratory surgery on his right shoulder on Tuesday. Read More »

World Series Game 6: SF-KC in-game notebook

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Welcome to Kauffman Stadium and MLB.com's live game notebook for Game 6 of the World Series, which will be updated throughout the night with news of the day and key developments from earlier in the game. For real-time updates, follow in Gameday. In the... Read More »

Yost: Infield surface played role in Game 5

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It's all supposition, of course, but Royals manager Ned Yost believes that his shortstop would have successfully made two troublesome plays on Sunday if Game 5 had been at Kauffman Stadium instead of AT&T Park in San Francisco. Read More »