Game Five – Bumgarner is unhittable

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com World Series Game Five 2-2 in games So last night’s game was pretty awful. The Giants won 11-4 and it can’t be said that the manager had cost them the game, but Ned didn’t do the Royals any favors last night. The selection of pitchers and hitters was pretty sound, but the lineup the last two night’s featured easy picking sections where left handed bats were consecutive and right handed...

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Bullpen Roughed up as Giants Tie the Series at Two

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The good news is that the Royals can now win the World Series in front of their home crowd. The other good news is that the Giants could have scored a hundred runs, and the series would’ve still been tied. The bad news is that Madison Bumgarner goes for the Giants tomorrow, and we managed virtually nothing off of him in game one of the series. Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Tonight’s game got off to a bad...

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Royals Redeem Themselves and Take Game Two

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com After Wednesday night’s disappointment, this game was exactly what Royals fans needed to forget about their team’s ugly loss in game one of this series. Like in game one, tonight’s game got off to a rocky start, but after allowing a leadoff home run to former Royal, Gregor Blanco, Ventura settled down. The final run given up by Yordano came in the fourth inning on a Brandon Belt...

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Finally Some Competetion!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   After winning 8 straight games in the postseason, the Royals have finally found a little competition.  The San Francisco Giants, and Madison Bumgarner finally landed a postseason punch on the Kansas City Royals, a feat no other team can boast.  And it was no jab to the body they landed but a well placed upper cut to the jaw. It will be interesting to see how the perpetual underdogs will...

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Game One was a Giant Mess for the Royals

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com This is it, boys. This was the game that was supposed to get things rolling. Forget the undefeated playoff run. Forget the walkoff knocking the Cardinals out of the World Series. Forget it all. Everything starts over, and the better team wins. Tonight clearly showed that the Royals are not the better team. Follow @RoyalsBlue_com This game made my head hurt. Between yelling at James Shields, who apparently...

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World Series Game One, the Bats Fall Silent

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com World Series Game One I haven’t written anything since the end of the ALCS. After attending game four and witnessing the end of the sweep I got teary eyed and didn’t leave the stadium for nearly two hours. I didn’t have a game log. I took my good friend’s ten year old son and had an absolute blast. When Moose corralled the last ground ball hit by JJ Hardy and fired it over to Hosmer I...

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Royal’s Three Headed Monster

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Kansas City Royals are returning to the World Series once again.  In reaching the playoffs for the first time since 1985, the Royals have found a way to stir up ghosts of October past. Using speed and pitching, as well as combining both of those aspects with a great defense, they have found ways to beat the Goliaths time and time again. The big hits from the favored Angels and Orioles may...

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Party Like It’s 2014

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com           Dynasty vs. Destiny       We are narrowing in on 24 hours until Game 1 of the 2014 World Series’ first pitch at Kauffman Stadium in KANSAS CITY. And I know I’m not alone in not believing it’s real. Like the plot of some horror movie, I’m afraid I’ll wake up from this dream and the Royals will be down 7-3 in the sixth inning to...

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