The 2014 Kansas City Royals were an underdog team for the ages: a low budget club that through years of draft picks and player development finally realized its potential, making it to baseball’s Fall Classic. The team was electrifying
Eric Hosmer's 2-run HR in the 11th inning leads the K.C. Royals to a 4-1 victory and to within one game of eliminating the Los Angeles Angels in the ALDS.
After working a third of an inning in the wildcard game Tuesday, giving up two runs, it is questionable whether Yordano Ventura should be starting Game 2.
The Kansas City Royals won their first playoff game since October of 1985 defeating the Oakland A's 9-8 in a crazy wild 12-inning affair.
Joel Peralta couldn't get the final three outs and put two runners on base. Salvador Perez brought them in with a 3-run HR off Kirby Yates as Rays fall 5-4.
Rays fans treated to second pitchers duel in less three games this one ends well for Rays.
Rays catch a break and then take advantage of it to defeat Royals 1-0.
According to Mark Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays might have the edge in the matchup of young fireballers tonight in Kansas City: From #Rays game notes – they have 11 game winning streak vs. starters 22