Congrats to the San Francisco Giants! The team solidified its legacy when they won the World Series in Game 7 versus the Kansas City Royals on Oct. 29.
On Oct. 29, the San Francisco Giants won the World Series in a truly incredible game — congrats! The Giants won game seven 3-2, making this their third championship win in the last five seasons.
World Series: San Francisco Giants Win Versus Kansas City Royals — Congrats
It all ended when Salvador Perez popped a ball up on the left side. Unfortunately for him, and the rest of the Kansas City Royals, Pablo Sandoval was there to make a catch in foul territory!
With three outs in the bottom of the ninth, the San Francisco Giants became world champions, yet again!
Kansas City Royals vs. San Francisco: Behind Their World Series Game
The Kansas City Royals were in their “Cinderella” season — the team hadn’t made the playoffs since 1985, and the fact that they made it to the World Series was basically miraculous given how tortured the franchise has been for so many years.
This is compared to the San Francisco Giants, who won the World Series in 2010 and 2012.
That said, it’s no surprise that the city of San Francisco was a little superstitious leading up their final game against the Royals given the unlikelihood of the Royals’ entry into the Series in the first place; two San Francisco radio stations actually banned Lorde‘s “Royals” from the airwaves until the Series was over.
So, HollywoodLifers, did the right team win? Or is your life basically a wash until baseball starts up again in April? Let us know!
— Amanda Mitchell
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