Despite what you may be reading today, the New York Mets did not magically take the upper hand in this year's World Series with a single win. The Kansas City Royals are still favorites to win it all.
The first pitch thrown in Game 3 of this year's World Series was not only reckless, it will serve as some high-strength motivation for the Kansas City Royals.
The Kansas City Royals did't play their usual style of baseball last night, when the New York Mets took Game 3 of the Fall Classic with a 9-3 beatdown. KC will not lose that way again.
The Kansas City Royals players on the bench for yesterday's Game 3 defeat never got a chance to affect the game. Will they get to make a splash tonight?
Ben Zobrist and Lorenzo Cain are the best the Kansas City Royals have when it comes to producing against left-handed pitching. 24 year-old lefty, Steven Matz, better be careful with these two tonight.
Chris Young will take the mound for the Kansas City Royals in Game 4 of this World Series, and he should fare well. After this streak of strange starting outings, however, who really knows?
The Kansas City Royals' bench players weren't often utilized in the regular season, but here in the 2015 Fall Classic, Ned Yost has no choice but to think about his pinch-hitting strategy.
Fans were hoping the 2015 version of the Kansas City Royals batting lineup would be better than last year's. So far, the fans got what they wanted and more through this postseason run.
Lorenzo Cain constantly provides the Kansas City Royals with stunningly good defense, yet his name doesn't even appear on this year's list of Rawlings Gold Glove Award finalists.
Eric Hosmer is a pillar of the Kansas City Royals franchise, and with his success in this year's postseason, the space reserved for him in the history books continues to grow.