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Moose answers Mets with huge RBI, historic DP

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Maybe this was Mike Moustakas' own secret plan. Pull a grounder off Mets closer Jeurys Familia through that big gap on the right side of the infield in the eighth inning, past a diving Daniel Murphy to drive in the decisive run.

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What’s KC’s secret? Never-say-die attitude

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The Royals are one victory away from winning the World Series for the first time in 30 years. It seems like there's a number for everything in baseball these days, and here are two for Kansas City: The Royals have scored 44 runs in the seventh inning a...

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Young shares Series experience with college coach

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Royals right-hander Chris Young repeatedly has said he believes crediting wins to a pitcher is absurd, since a whole lot of other guys have as much or more to do with the result. But long before the World Series even began, Young made a winning decision.

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Duffy tips cap after Conforto disrupts his lefty dominance

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Royals lefty Danny Duffy gave up his first home run vs. a lefty hitter in four years in the fifth inning of Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday night at Citi Field, so he was relieved when his teammates picked him up and secured the win.

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Volquez, Royals seek to clinch title in New York

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The Mets better carb up, maybe hit the energy gel and also search for that second wind. On Marathon Day in the Big Apple, their 2015 story is in danger of hitting the wall, because the Kansas City Royals are one win away from the finish line. Game 5 at...

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Road victory puts Royals in line for the throne

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Longtime NBA head coach George Karl popularized the adage that a postseason series did not start until the home team lost a game. By that standard, the 2015 World Series began Saturday night.

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Spook-E night has KC on cusp of Series treat

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The Royals used a Daniel Murphy fielding error and RBI hits from Mike Moustakas and Salvador Perez to rally for three runs in the eighth inning for a 5-3 win over the Mets that puts them one victory from a World Series championship.

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Zobrist ties postseason doubles record

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The Royals' Ben Zobrist hit his eighth double of the postseason off the Mets' Steven Matz in the sixth inning of Game 4 of the World Series, tying the record for most doubles hit in a single postseason. He shares the title with David Freese and Albert ...

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Rios’ gaffe opens door for Mets to capitalize

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Alex Rios lost count of the number of outs in Game 4 on Saturday, practically gifting the Mets a run on a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the third inning. But Kansas City rallied to win, 5-3, and take a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.

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Yost: There’s a ‘proper way’ to back off hitters

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On Saturday, the day after Noah Syndergaard threw the first pitch of Game 3 near the head of Alcides Escobar, the topic hadn't died down. Ned Yost said that he, like his players, didn't approve of Syndergaard's tactic to get Escobar off the plate.

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