World Series 2014

World Series 2014

source: www.mlb.com

The 2014 Baseball World Series will begin on October 21st until October 29th as the San Francisco Giants will be facing off the Kansas City Royals for the maximum glory of America´s favorite sport – Baseball!

Both teams will play in a round robin format of the best of seven game during the 110th edition of MLB’s championship series; Kansas City will have home field advantage for the series as the All Star Game champions.

Over the course of baseball history, this is only the second World Series to pit two wild card teams against one another. The Royals are making their third World Series appearance while the Giants are making their 6th appearance since moving to San Francisco from New York. source: http://en.wikipedia.org/

Here is a quick video of the 2014 World Series Game 1 preview: http://espn.go.com/mlb/playoffs/2014/story/_/id/11715511/four-umpires-get-first-world-series-call

World Series 2014

World Series 2014

source: www.espn.com

2014 World Series Schedule

GameDateTime (ET)Network
Game 1: San Francisco Giants at Kansas City RoyalsTuesday, October 218 p.m.Fox
Game 2: San Francisco Giants at Kansas City RoyalsWednesday, October 228 p.m.Fox
Game 3: Kansas City Royals at San Francisco GiantsFriday, October 248 p.m.Fox
Game 4: Kansas City Royals at San Francisco GiantsSaturday, October 258 p.m.Fox
*Game 5: Kansas City Royals at San Francisco GiantsSunday, October 268 p.m.Fox
*Game 6: San Francisco Giants at Kansas City RoyalsTuesday, October 288 p.m.Fox
*Game 7: San Francisco Giants at Kansas City RoyalsWednesday, October 298 p.m.Fox

source: www.MLB.com

En route to the Fall Classic, the Royals have gone undefeated in the playoffs, and the Giants lost just one game in each series. Even though the 2 teams combined to go 8-1 in the championship series, neither one had an easy time winning the pennant. If San Francisco wins the World Series, it will likely be due to its strong starting staff. Madison Bumgarner might not be nicknamed “Big Game” like James Shields, Kansas City’s Game 1 starter, but he’s separated himself from the rest of the pitchers in the 2014 playoffs.   source: espn.com

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