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MLB News - 10/01/14
- Resilient Royals refuse to lose in AL Wild Card
The Royals found themselves in a four-run deficit with six outs separating them from elimination, but they conjured up three runs in the eighth and one in the ninth to force extra innings.
- A's bullpen picks wrong time for rough night
All but one of the five relievers who entered after Jon Lester exited in the eighth inning either gave up a run or allowed inherited runners to score.
- Guthrie may be Royals' top option for ALDS opener
Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie has never pitched in the postseason despite his 11 years in the Majors. He's pitched well down the stretch, with an 8-2 record and 3.42 ERA in his last 12 starts, and could be tabbed to start against the Angels on Thursday in Game 1 of the American League Division Series.
- Yost finds unconventional path to victory
This was Ned Yost's first time managing a postseason game, but this wasn't his first postseason rodeo, the Royals skipper having taken 11 trips to October on Hall of Famer Bobby Cox's staff with the Braves. Let's just say it wasn't a boring debut for Yost, who made moves that had him booed off the field at one point but wound up running the Royals into extra innings of the American League Wild Card Game and into the AL Division Series against the Angels.
- Hero of past Octobers, Lester comes up short
When the A's went for it all by making the huge Trade Deadline deal to get Jon Lester from the Red Sox on July 31, they felt the left-handed ace was just the perfect guy they could send to the mound for any do-or-die game in the postseason. When that time came on Tuesday in the American League Wild Card Game, Lester fell short with his worst outing of his short tenure for Oakland.
- KC's historic comeback and other crazy stats
The American League Wild Card Game could not have been any wilder. The Royals defeated the A's, 9-8, in 12 innings after erasing a four-run deficit over the eighth and ninth frames and a one-run deficit in the 12th in a contest that featured an entire season's worth of twists and turns. After the drama unfolded and the dust settled, we were left with some remarkable stats to help tell the story.
- Royals rookie Finnegan flourishes in clutch relief
Rookie Brandon Finnegan helped the Royals do something they hadn't done in 29 years -- celebrate a postseason victory -- by pitching 2 1/3 clutch frames in extra innings of a scintillating 9-8 walk-off triumph in 12 over the A's in the American League Wild Card Game at Kauffman Stadium.
- Buckle up: October roller coaster just getting started
The back-and-forth, win-or-go-home AL Wild Card Game in front of a boisterous Kauffman Stadium crowd will go down as an all-time classic. And it was only the first game of this entire postseason.
- To the victors go the spoils: Players, fans celebrate
The moment Salvador Perez's game-winning RBI single evaded Oakland third baseman Josh Donaldson, the Royals tore out of the dugout to celebrate.