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And So Ends The 2014 Season

The Kansas City Royals came within two runs of being the World Champions just an hour ago. But they couldn’t solve Madison Bumgardner, which is nothing to be ashamed about. So the title goes to San Francisco. There is no … Continue reading

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The Royal Backs To The Wall

On the morning news today, a commercial ran for a local sporting goods store that declared that the Royals had won the World Series and that the store was THE place to buy your t-shirts and what not. We’ll just … Continue reading

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Cheers to the Royals of the Past

By now, you probably know the current crop of Kansas City Royals players pretty darn well. And you should. Unless you’ve been in a coma you know that they’ve brought the World Series back to our humble little city, which … Continue reading

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Rethinking The Wildcard Format

I have never liked the wild card situation in major league baseball. To me, it smelled like a crass money grab by the league. And it demeaned the regular season, allowing less worthy teams a chance to climb into the … Continue reading

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Game Two

Game Two followed the theme established in Game One of anything can happen in the World Series. Last night, it was bombs away, at least from Sandoval. And tonight? A classic pitcher’s duel. Perhaps the story of tonight’s contest is … Continue reading

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Game One

Wow. What a game full of “who’d a thunk it” bits. First, who’d have thought that Barry Zito would outpitch Justin Verlander? Zito had another truly awful season where he continued to school Mike Hampton on just how to be … Continue reading

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