After the Royals didn't attempt to steal in Game 3, there were rumblings that there may have been some grounds keeping gamesmanship at play.
Royals' Brandon Finnegan made history by competing in the College World Series and the Major League World Series in the same season.
On-the-money throws from All-Star catcher Salvador Perez, coupled with great fielding, gave the Royals the edge in Game 3 of the World Series.
Royals starter Jason Vargas will take the mound in Game 4 at AT&T Park, but he's been to a World Series game there before in a different capacity.
Royals manager Ned Yost shook things up with his starting lineup with hopes his fleet-footed trio can navigate AT&T park's outfield.
The A’s and San Jose agreed on a new seven-year deal to continue negotiations on a potential ballpark, hoping to stay in the Bay Area.
Brandon Moss had surgery to repair an injury that could explain his second-half slump, and the A's are optimistic about his recovery date.
The finalists for the Gold Glove Awards were announced on Thursday and two 2014 Athletics are among the competition.
The Royals finally got a chance to use the meat of their vaunted bullpen in Game 2, meaning Kelvin Herrera got to bring the heat.
As part of their victory in Game 2, the Royals won an emotional battle over the Giants, and may have found their answer to Hunter Pence.
The Giants have had the luxury of having Michael Morse in the lineup in KC. But the Royals will lose Billy Butler when the series moves to SF.
Ned Yost had to dip into his bullpen earlier than he wanted vs. the Giants, and the Royals manager is hoping it doesn't snowball in the series.
The Royals' biggest threat coming into the World Series was their speed. But the Giants never allowed them to get going in Game 1.
The Royals had won eight straight playoff games, but Madison Bumgarner put an end to that. Now they must rebound in Game 2 on Wednesday.