What was the final game of the 2014 World Series?
Kansas City tied the series in Game 6, shutting out San Francisco and scoring 10 runs, which forced a Game 7. The Giants won the final game, 3–2, thanks to timely hitting, including the game-winning RBI by Michael Morse to score Pablo Sandoval.
Who was the Royals pitcher in the 2014 World Series?
Collins and Jason Frasor each pitched scoreless innings for the Royals, while Javier López and Hunter Strickland closed out the game for the Giants with scoreless eighth and ninth innings. The loss was Kansas City’s first of the 2014 postseason, following eight consecutive wins in the Wild Card Game, ALDS and ALCS.
Who was the winning pitcher in Game 2 of the World Series?
Kelvin Herrera was the winning pitcher for the Kansas City Royals in Game 2. Kansas City sent rookie Yordano Ventura to the mound in an attempt to even the series. San Francisco countered with Jake Peavy. The Giants scored first on a lead-off home run by Gregor Blanco.
When did the Giants win the World Series?
The series was played between October 21 to 29. The Giants defeated the Royals four games to three to clinch their third World Series championship in a five-season span (2010–14), and their third overall since the club’s move to San Francisco from New York.
What was the score of Game 7 of the World Series?
The height of bar indicates the probability of a team winning the game given the current game state. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB. Giants 0, Royals 0. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB. Giants 0, Royals 0. 2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB. Giants 2, Royals 0. 2 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB. Giants 2, Royals 2. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.
When did the Kansas City Royals lose the World Series?
The loss was Kansas City’s first of the 2014 postseason, following eight consecutive wins in the Wild Card Game, ALDS and ALCS. This also snapped the Royals’ franchise postseason winning streak at 11 games dating back to the 1985 World Series.