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Will the World Series return to Kansas City?

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Fans are counting on the Royals to bring the series back to Kansas City for game six. The great thing about home-field advantage in a playoff series: It’s a very fragile thing. The ability to play game seven on your own field, and in front of your own fans, lasts only as long as you win when at home. Because when the opponent steals a game on More...

by R. Lincoln Harris | Published 3 years ago

Sergio Romo
By Steve Randel On Monday, October 20th, 2014

Sergio Romo comfortable in own skin

Sergio Romo is back in the postseason spotlight. Sergio Romo, the exuberant, unpredictable and free-spirited member of the San Francisco Giants bullpen clan, is a throwback player from the past. He’s a guy More...

Ryan Vogelsong
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, October 20th, 2014

That ’70s Project: World Series edition

Ryan Vogelsong is one player born in the ’70s who can have a big impact on the World Series. As baseball begins what could be its final week of the season, this is the last chance I’ll have to continue More...

By Paul West On Monday, October 20th, 2014

2014 World Series preview: Magic prevails

The Royals have used power, speed, and the power of belief to make it to the  2014 World Series. The 2014 World Series features two teams with their own sense of destiny. The Kansas City Royals have ended a 29-year More...

Josh Willingham
By R. Lincoln Harris On Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

That ’70s Project: Oldies but goodies impact playoffs

Oldie but goodie Josh Willingham delivered a rally-starting single to help the Royals tie the A’s in the ninth on Tuesday. (Ed Zurga/Getty Images North America) At the beginning of the regular season, I conceived More...

By Jake Mastroianni On Monday, September 29th, 2014

NL Wild Card preview: San Francisco Giants at Pittsburgh Pirates

Will Andrew McCutchen lead the Pirates back to the NLDS? This is about as even a matchup on paper as you’ll find, and trying to predict a one-game playoff matchup is incredibly hard. On the surface, you would More...

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