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MLB News - 10/25/14
- Escobar pounces quickly, providing spark for Royals
Before some fans at AT&T Park had even finished taking their seat, Alcides Escobar hammered the first pitch of the game from Tim Hudson for a double. He scored later in the inning on a groundout to give the Royals a lead they'd never surrender in their 3-2 victory in Game 3 of the World Series on Friday.
- Drastically different lineup delivers for Royals
Ned Yost adapted to National League rules with a drastic lineup change, and after his Royals pulled out the 3-2 win that gave them a 2-1 advantage in this Fall Classic, only one word could accurately depict him: Genius.
- Yost's faith, sixth-inning moves work for Royals
Ned Yost knows that baseball games aren't won in the sixth inning. And he vows that his team will never lose one at that late-but-not-too-late point of the game, either, not if there's anything he can do about it. "My mind-set is that I'm not getting beat in the sixth inning with the bullpen I've got," Yost said on Friday after his team let the Giants back into the game in the bottom of that frame but choked off the rally and held on to win, 3-2.
- Giants' bullpen blinks first in Game 3
The Giants' 3-2 loss to the Royals in Game 3 on Friday night in San Francisco played out much like the first two games of this World Series did. The team whose bullpen outperformed the other's won.
- Hosmer's 11-pitch at-bat epitomizes KC kids' growth
If the Kansas City Royals go on to win this World Series, we can look back at a moment in Game 3 on Friday night that might just tell the whole story. First, though, let's push the pause button and rewind to 2011 to understand how far these Royals have come. That was around the time they proudly wore the label of "baseball's best farm system."
- Hudson's World Series debut doesn't lack intensity
Tim Hudson, at 39 years old, waited a long time for his World Series debut, but the Royals put the pressure on early in Game 3 so the Giants' veteran right-hander had little time to take in the experience.
- Giants know the hits will come if they stay focused
Two runs weren't enough to beat the Royals in Game 3 of the World Series, but it wasn't a matter of poor approaches or a lack of good at-bats that had the Giants' offense falling short Friday night, as far as hitting coach Hensley Meulens was concerned.
- Guthrie delivers Royals a postseason gem by the Bay
His 147-pitch victory in a 2003 NCAA Regional was the signature start of Jeremy Guthrie's postseason career, but perhaps no longer. The one the folks in California will chew on now is the five-inning performance in Game 3 that helped Kansas City to a 3-2 win and 2-1 World Series lead over San Francisco.
- Giants aim to solve Royals, even Series right back up
A Royals team that was under .500 as recently as July 22 is now two wins away from claiming the World Series crown. And a Giants team that has owned even-year Octobers of late faces its first World Series deficit in the Bruce Bochy era. It's going to be fascinating to see how Ryan Vogelsong and the Giants respond and whether Jason Vargas and the Royals can seize control in Game 4 tonight at AT&T Park