Kansas City Royals win game six 10-0, forcing game 7 against Giants

KANSAS CITY, MO - OCTOBER 28:  Norichika Aoki #23 and Lorenzo Cain #6 of the Kansas City Royals celerbate with their teammates after scoring in the second inning against the San Francisco Giants during Game Six of the 2014 World Series at Kauffman Stadium on October 28, 2014 in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

KANSAS CITY, MO – OCTOBER 28: Norichika Aoki #23 and Lorenzo Cain #6 of the Kansas City Royals celebrate with their teammates after scoring in the second inning against the San Francisco Giants during Game Six of the 2014 World Series at Kauffman Stadium on October 28, 2014 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

By Charles Glover, Jr.

The Kansas City Royals exploded offensively to even the World Series at three games a piece and force a highly anticipated game 7, beating the San Francisco Giants 10-0 on Tuesday, October 28 in their home stadium.

Entering game 6, the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants gave baseball fans some exciting a series which so far featured entertaining games. The Giants were up three games to two with Kansas City having at least one more chance to continue the series in their home stadium.

The Royals hope their home crowd provides them with enough momentum to force a game 7.

The Royals hope their home crowd provides them with enough momentum to force a game 7.

So far, both teams have played up to their strengths. The Giants behind ace pitcher Madison Bumgarner have been able to stifle the Royals win he is on the mound. The Royals on the other hand, have been able to hold their leads when they are stellar bullpen comes into the game. The Royals’ rabid fan base can propelled them to a game six victory and force a game seven. Meanwhile, the Giants were trying to establish somewhat of a dynasty by winning their third World Series in five years.

The Giants can win their third World Series in five years, albeit with many changes to each winning roster.

The Giants can win their third World Series in five years, albeit with many changes to each winning roster.

The play on the field has made up for the lack of star power associated with the teams coming into the series. The Giants have had a different ace each time they’ve been to the World Series, while the Royals have had so much turnover on their roster that many of their players have only been there for less than three years. The Royals delivered big time on Tuesday night during a pivotal game six, giving baseball fans and Royals fans in particular, a huge lift and a big reason to hope that they can win it all..–OnPointPress.net–

Charles Glover, Jr is a sports aficionado and a management and employee consultant. Follow me @OpenWindowMES on Twitter.com. For business inquiries call (646) 309-1938.