The Kansas City Royals won the first game of the 2015 World Series, but the New York Mets are looking to even things up in Game 2. The Mets play the Royals for the second game for the MLB championships on Oct. 28 and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every exciting moment! Click to watch!
Swing, batter-batter, swing! The first game of the 2015 World Series is done and is literally one for the record books. But, there’s plenty more baseball left to play. The Kansas City Royals came out on top in Game 1, but the New York Mets are still in it to win it. In Game 2, will the Mets prove why they’re Amazin’, or will the Royals show why they rule?
The home field advantage helped Kansas City take the first game. The Royals are looking to keep the momentum going when the Mets meet them again at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri on Oct. 28. Will KC make it 2-0, or will the Mets even the series? The game starts at 8:00 p.m. EST so be sure you’re ready for more incredible baseball action. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LIVE STREAM.
The Mets and Royals are proving why this World Series will be one of the best ever! The MLB championship kicked off with an inside-the-park home run, the first time in a World Series since 1929. Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar blasted the ball on the first pitch and put the Royals up by one run. The Mets wouldn’t go down without a fight and it took 14 innings for the game to finally end. Eric Hosmer nailed a pop fly that allowed Alcides to run to home plate, giving the Royals the win with a score of 5-4.
It was the longest Game 1 in World Series history and one that also included a power outage! Fox Sports’ broadcast was cut out during the bottom of the 4th inning, according to Deadspin. After a few seconds of dead air, the feed cut to commentators Dan O’Toole, Eric Karros and Dontrelle Willis, who reportedly stalled before Fox could fix everything.
The game was even reportedly delayed, but viewers didn’t miss a thing because Fox ran the game on a time-delay. Hopefully, all the parts will be in working order before the first pitch in Game 2.
Who do you want to win Game 2, HollywoodLifers? Are you rooting for Kansas City or for the New York Mets? Leave your pick below.
— Jason Brow