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Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants Set Game 6

Game 6 of a World Series has provided magical moments in baseball’s past. Can the Royals and Giants make this one classic?

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5 World Series Questions with ESPN Analyst Doug Glanville

The 2014 World Series is about to get underway. We asked 5 questions of ESPN analyst Doug Glanville to help you prepare.

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Kansas City Royals Announce World Series Roster

The Kansas City Royals have named the 25 men that will attempt to bring a world championship to Kansas City.

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5 World Series Questions with Kansas City Royals Broadcaster Joel Goldberg

Joel Goldberg answers five questions about the Kansas City Royals as they prepare for the 2014 World Series.

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Umpires for LCS Are Slightly Above Average in NL, Below Average in AL

The umpire crews for the NLCS and ALCS have been named. Looking at the statistics, MLB could have provided a much better crew.

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Kansas City Royals Announce Roster For ALCS

It appears that the Royals will move forward with the roster that got them to this point. Speed, defense and pitching will be the keys to the ALCS.

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Kansas City Royals Are in Trouble If ALCS Comes Down to Managers

Ned Yost will enter into a battle of wits with Buck Showalter in the ALCS. That does not benefit the Kansas City Royals.

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Kansas City Royals Not the Only Ones Coming Home for ALDS Game 3

Albert Pujols returns home to Kansas City, a place where he hits very well, for ALDS Game 3.

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Kansas City Royals Will Finally Compete in October Playoffs

The Kansas City Royals ended a 29-year drought by appearing in the playoffs. They had yet to compete in October, however. That changes tonight.

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Is There A MVP In Missouri?

The Royals and the Cardinals both feature good players who led the teams to the postseason. That may not be good enough for league-wide recognition.

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