In last night's Game 2 loss to the Kansas City Royals, the San Francisco Giants could have potentially lost two relief pitchers.
The World Series begins tonight at 7:30 p.m. on FOX from Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City with the Royals hosting the San Francisco Giants. To many baseball fans nationwide these are not the two teams that should be
It’s October and the World Series games begin today – so as your family carves pumpkins and you carve out much-needed alone time with SportsCenter, go ahead and rub that rabbit’s foot, wear those lucky socks you haven’t cleaned since…
The Giants look to continue their success in Game 1 of the World Series tonight, as they have only lost one such game in their seven championship seasons.
The Giants will win their 3rd World Series in the last five seasons.
The World Series begins with Game 1 this evening, and James Shields is ready to take on the red hot San Francisco Giants squad.
Brandon Finnegan continues to defy odds with the Royals, as he is first to ever play in the College World Series and the World Series in the same year.
After Michael Morse tied the game in the eighth inning with a solo home run, Travis Ishikawa's walk off home run sends the Giants to World Series.
With a win tonight over the t. Louis Cardinals the San Francisco Giants can clinch their third World Series berth in the last six years.
The Royals are another example of the turnover that should now be expected in baseball on a year to year basis.