- Mar 27, 2006
ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE!!!!!!
Read somewhere that since 1979 the franchise has only won 10 straight games in the regular season twice.DeJesus Built My Hotrod said:Pretty fucking awesome. Including their last regular season game, KC has now won 10 straight games. Their largest margin of victory was five runs over LAA. The rest were one to three run nail biters.
The NLCS finish is irrelevant to the start of the WS, though. It starts on the 21st...I suppose they could hope the Giants win ASAP so that THEY are almost as "rusty"...or do they hope for it to go seven so that the other team is tired/has their pitching out of order? I'm sure they (the Royals players) don't give a shit, for the most part. Either way, they sit for six days now.Pandemonium67 said:Good for KC. Now they have to hope SF wins the next two, so they don't have a long wait. Look what the long wait did to the Rockies in 2007.
They had to close this out ASAP. As noted above, it was as fragile as it was magical. They have been streaky.strek1 said:Wow, thought KC could win but never expected a sweep. Hope they take it all.
Hee Sox Choi said:Who gives a shit what the owners have to say? I mean, really. One person shouldn't own a team.
Where's my hammer & sickle!!!
Wade Davis had a 3 win season. Blows my mind.Papelbon's Poutine said:Yeah I'm pretty sure that a) Moore just bought himself at least three more years and b) most Royal fans are no longer lamenting that trade. Shields hasn't looked great in the postseason but they don't get there without him.
glasspusher said:The 2014 Royals are a much better team than the 2007 Rockies.
Not necessarily. Yost has his players bunt a lot in KC b/c the ballpark is so big and the Royals were developed as a pitching, defense and speed team. His guys hit HRs easily in Baltimore. He probably won't ask Big Papi to bunt.E5 Yaz said:Ned Yost will manage the AL All-Star team next year.
Bunting Goes Wild!
InsideTheParker said:Not necessarily. Yost has his players bunt a lot in KC b/c the ballpark is so big and the Royals were developed as a pitching, defense and speed team. His guys hit HRs easily in Baltimore. He probably won't ask Big Papi to bunt.