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With each team winning two games, we're down to a best-of-three championship series. Game 5 is pivotal for both teams; however, it's the final stand at home for the Giants. Rest assured, they'll be aiming to continue riding their Game 4 momentum. The Royals, on the other hand, need to bounce back in a big way to quickly stop the bleeding.Both of these clubs have now gone through their entire pitching rotations. Starters Madison Bumgarner and James Shields will take the mound for the second time in this series, and they'll have their work cut out for them against lineups that combined for 28 hits Saturday evening. the Bleacherreport
The takeaway here isn’t how things can go so wrong as much as it is the Royals’ remarkable ability to keep things so right over the last month.
“Most nights we do a pretty good job doing it,” Yost says. “It just didn’t work tonight.”The Royals are two wins from a world championship because they’ve kept the trains running on time. Losing game four is more of a reminder of the infrastructure they need in place to celebrate. Sam Mellinge Kansas Star
With apologies to the stats crowd, an all-wild-card World Series has to have an element of pluck. Who outgrinds whom? Were it completely about talent, these two teams would have won their divisions, no?With their bid for another championship slipping from their grasp in Game 4 Saturday night, the Giants channelled whatever fortitude they could muster and tied the World Series at two wins apiece when they rallied from three runs down and steamrolled the Royals 11-4. Michael Macor The Chronicle
Listen live to Today's Knuckleball World Series Talk with Tommy Stokke and the FanRag Sports staff. Topics discussed will include the hottest World Series topics including Ned Yost, the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants. Also, what does the future hold for each team? Call in for your chance to Be Heard and Be a Fan!
Listen live and join the conversation on FanRag Sports Radio as Today's Knuckleball columnist Tommy Stokke previews the World Series. Today's Knuckleball and FanRag Sports contributors will be featured guests, and Stokke will be taking live calls from listeners. Stokke will talk about the biggest questions facing both the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals, while looking towards the future for both the Royals and Giants as well as other teams potentially impacted by the World Series. It wouldn't be a podcast if Stokke didn't mention the Cubs, so he probably will. Listen live and don't miss your chance to Be Heard and Be a Fan!
Let's be honest, the Royals and Giants were not our World Series pick at the start of the season, probably not even at the start of the postseason. Yet here we are with a matchup of Wild Card teams that have done whatever it takes to win.
Listen in to Josh and Kelly as they preview the World Series
The sneakers will start squeaking a little bit louder a week from now.
On a special Wednesday edition of The Exchange, Sumit & Jason are joined by The Sports Fan Journal hoops columnist Esau Howard as they'll start the first of two NBA preview shows. On this edition, they'll discuss some off-court matters in relation to the Association; most notably the surprising decision by the owners to retain the controversial lottery system and if the panic of labor strife in 2017 is warranted or not.
Also, to at least start the show, a few minutes on the ongoing World Series as the San Francisco Giants look to capture their third championship in the last five years at the expense of the flawed, but exciting Kansas City Royals.
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On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his take on the World Series, including Game 7. Plus, what does Joe Maddon leaving the Rays mean for the Yankees' chances in the AL East in future years?
At 9:05 PM ET, James Flexman, the co-founder of KNODA, joins the show to talk about the World Series from a Royals' perspective. What stood out to him about Kansas City during their World Series run and what does the future hold in the organization for players such as Yordano Ventura? He will also tell us what will be some popular offseason predictions that are being made on the KNODA website.
Then, at 9:30 PM ET, Matt Kardos, beat writer for the Trenton Thunder and the co-founder of Rolling Thunder, joins the show to give his take on some of the Yankees' prospects in the minor league system. Ricky and Matt will talk about Greg Bird's success in the Arizona Fall League, what to expect from players such as Rob Refsnyder and Luis Severino in the future, should Marcus Thames be a legitimate candidate for the vacant hitting coach position, and who are some prospects that should be getting more attention?
You can interact with the LIVE episode at any time by either calling us at: (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us:@YGYRadioShow
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