2014 World Series Game 7 – Giants vs. Royals


SFN AT KCA – October 30, 2014

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  1. Watching this Live; during the last AB with Perez on the plate, I knew that Mar Bum wasn’t going to throw him ONE good pitch. And boyyyy was I right!!

  2. This World Series was hard fought but I wanted the Royals to win but thankfully they won it the following year.

  3. First time I've ever watched a baseball game entirely for the second time. A great way to deal with the Corona virus shutdown of baseball this 15th day of march 2020. Still very emotional at the end.

  4. Even though the Royals lost this world series, they bounced back to win the next world series to beat the mets in 5 games.

  5. This series was a lot like the just-completed 2016 NBA Finals – six lousy games in a row followed by an all-time epic Game 7. And the road team won both times.

  6. Now. 2016 coming up.Stay HEALTHY,Giants. The infield is a lock.Posey,Belt,Panik,Crawford,and Duffy is the BEST.The Outfield. Pagan,Aoki,and Pence. Byrd and Blanco backing up.Susac backing Posey.Tomlinson backing up the infield. I see no team near as good. All they need is a goddam PITCHER!—-If the Dodgers don't win the series this year,pay Greinke 100 mil! He is worth it just for 2 years.

  7. 3:22:00. How awkward is it for Padres fans that Jake Peavy won his second WS ring in a row with this one being with the Giants.

  8. There is no word in existence that describes the pride, joy AND anguish of watching this game as a Royals fan. Magical postseason. Disappointing ending. But magical nonetheless.

  9. I hate listening to these commentators.  They are awful.  Especially after Perez was hit, they tried to add a bunch to it like saying if he cant return that will leave a lasting effect on the world series, like giving them an out if they lose to blame hudson.  Just say, "He was hit, thankfully it was above the knee where the strongest bone in the body is, and covered with thick muscle, this will bruise but the pain he is feeling will subside in the next couple minutes, right now he just has a dead leg.  No big deal, he will be fine.  A major league catcher will be fine handling it."

  10. 03:17:40 Send Gordon !!     Gordon and the 3rd base coach fell for the deke by Giants' second baseman BEFORE the cutoff guy had the ball. Watch – two jukes,,, Gordon looks right and slows… one HUGE break goes down the drain. The 3rd base coach also went for 'job security' versus cajones, but SS Crawford would have had to grab a short hop, then throw a strike from short left field.


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