Batter up! It’s time for start of the 2015 World Series! The New York Mets face the Kansas City Royals on Oct. 27 in the first game of the MLB championships and HollywoodLife.com doesn’t want you to miss a single swing of the bat. Click to watch!
Grab your peanuts and crackerjacks because it’s time to head out to the ball game! It’s time for the 2015 World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets. By the end of this series, one team will be World Champion while the other will go home sad and defeated. Who start things off with a win by taking Game 1?
The Royals have home field advantage as the Mets will travel to Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri on Oct. 27. Will this give the Royals the edge to beat the Mets and take Game 1? Or will The Amazin’ Mets keep their wining streak alive by shutting down the Royals? It all starts at 8 p.m. EST so make sure you’re all set before the first pitch is thrown. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LIVE STREAM.
The Royals are feeling great after putting away the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League Championship Series. Now, the Royals are looking for a little retribution since they came so close to winning the World Series last year. They fought San Francisco Giants all the way to Game 7 in 2014, but they could not secure the victory. Will this be the year that the Royals are kings of baseball?
Not if the Mets have anything to say about it. Often considered the New York team that doesn’t win, the Mets have been on fire for the 2015 season. Thanks to Jacob deGrom’s pitching and Daniel Murphy’s hitting, the Mets have blown by their rivals in the post-season. They even swept the Chicago Cubs in the National League Championship series, disappointing fans of Back To The Future who hoped the Cubs would win the championship, just like the movie predicted.
Though Doc Brown won’t be there to throw out the first pitch, it will be the start of amazing series between some of baseball’s best. These two teams will definitely prove why the World Series is called “the Fall Classic.”
Are you excited to see the Mets face the Royals in the World Series, HollywoodLifers? Who are you rooting for? Leave your pick below!
— Jason Brow