This week, there’s more One Direction drama and apparently hip-hop is bigger than the Beatles.
Down three runs and in danger of getting pushed to the World Series brink, Pablo Sandoval and the San Francisco Giants raised up some Panda-monium.
Bryan Stow hollered “Play ball!” and the sellout crowd roared. Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten outside Dodger Stadium on opening day of the 2011 season, did his part to get Game 4 of the World Series started Saturday at AT&T Park.
Sparkling defense, a stingy bullpen and just enough timely hitting. That winning formula of fundamental baseball has put the Kansas City Royals ahead in the World Series.
The Anaheim Angels and Kansas City Royals will square off in Game 1 of their divisional playoff series tonight in Anaheim.
Mike Trout homered and threw out a runner at third base, Chris Iannetta also went deep, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Kansas City Royals 6-1 Friday night.
The Angels have reeled in the biggest pitcher on the trade market by reportedly acquiring Zack Greinke from the Milwaukee Brewers for Jean Segura and two minor leaguers.
Eric Hosmer and Billy Butler homered and drove in three runs apiece, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 Sunday, taking two of three in their season-opening series.
Albert Pujols realizes he’s only one game into a decade-long commitment, so his hitless debut for the Los Angeles Angels didn’t cause him much distress.
Albert Pujols had four hits and three RBIs as the Los Angeles Angels rallied from an early seven-run deficit to defeat the Kansas City Royals 11-8 in a spring training matchup Thursday.
Kansas City Royals reliever Jonathan Broxton tested his surgically repaired right elbow in a ‘B’ game against the Texas Rangers on Sunday, allowing three of the five batters he faced to reach base in his first outing since May.