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Royals reintroduce themselves to rabid crowd

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At the end, they roared with every single pitch. They stood, too, screaming and pleading and cheering. You could feel how badly they wanted it. Some of these fans had waited 29 years for a moment like this one. So they held nothing back as the Royals w... Read More »

Butler hopes to wear crown, stay in Kansas City

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Billy Butler doesn't want to go anywhere. He loves being a Royal and would be one forever if it were up to him. Unfortunately, it's not up to him, so he is doing everything he can to bring joy to Royals fans for as long as possible. Read More »

Five things we learned from pivotal sixth inning

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By the time the sixth inning was over, Kelvin Herrera had thrown a 101-mph sinker, Billy Butler had given a curtain call after a single, the benches had cleared, Omar Infante had gone deep and four Giants relievers had been summoned, all pretty much in... Read More »

Oct. 22 Salvador Perez postgame interview

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Royals catcher Salvador Perez discusses Game 2 of the World Series. Read More »

Oct. 22 Perez postgame interview

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Royals catcher Salvador Perez discusses Game 2 of the World Series. Read More »

With five-run sixth, Royals knot World Series at 1

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Now the upstart, unbridled, uninhibited Royals are back in business. Kansas City landed a sixth-inning haymaker on the Giants and surged to a 7-2 victory in Game 2 of the 110th Fall Classic on Wednesday night with a blue-hued crowd of 40,446 roaring at... Read More »

Oct. 22 Billy Butler postgame interview

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Billy Butler meets with the media after the Royals' 7-2 win over the Giants in Game 2 of the World Series. Read More »

Butler matches Brett with rare RBI feat

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With RBI singles in the first and sixth innings in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night, Billy Butler became the first Royals player with tying and go-ahead RBIs in the same postseason game since George Brett in the 1985 American League Champi... Read More »

Oct. 22 Ned Yost postgame interview

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Royals manager Ned Yost discusses his club's 7-2 win over the Giants in Game 2 of the World Series. Read More »

Giants-Royals, World Series Game 2: Did you know?

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In a postseason filled with one-run games and extra-inning contests, each of the first two games in the World Series has been decided by at least five runs. That hadn't happened in nearly 80 years. Here's a look at some of the other interesting facts a... Read More »

Giants-Royals, World Series Game 2: Did you know?

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In a postseason filled with one-run games and extra-inning contests, each of the first two games in the World Series has been decided by at least five runs. That hadn't happened in nearly 80 years. Here's a look at some of the other interesting facts a... Read More »

Strickland-Perez spat chalked up as misunderstanding

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Omar Infante hit a homer, Hunter Strickland started yelling in English, Salvador Perez yelled back in Spanish and both dugouts momentarily braced for a fight that never occurred. After the Royals' 7-2 win over the Giants in Game 2 of the World Series, ... Read More »

Key 1985 Royals gather at Negro Leagues Museum

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Whether a team is a consistent contender or one that has endured several angst-ridden decades trying to get to the postseason, nearly every club has a healthy list of Hall of Fame-caliber players and at least a few unforgettable October moments. On Wed... Read More »

Young cancer patient at The K for Game 2

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Noah Wilson, a 6-year-old cancer patient, was at Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday night to see his beloved Royals play the Giants in Game 2 of the World Series, courtesy of Major League Baseball. Read More »

Ceremonial first pitch put in hands of Royals legend Brett

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Royals legend George Brett, currently serving as the team's vice president of baseball operations, has been everywhere throughout this squad's playoff run, and on Wednesday he threw the ceremonial first pitch. Read More »