joe stiglich

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SAN FRANCISCO – The month of October might seem a strange time to be trouble-shooting in a bullpen session, but James Shields has left plenty of room for improvement this postseason.

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SAN FRANCISCO – For a man who wound up on the wrong end of an 11-4 World Series game Saturday night, Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost looked rather invigorated facing reporters afterward.

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Programming note: For the most comprehensive World Series coverage, watch "SportsNet Central: October Quest" today at 4 p.m., and immediately after Game 4, on Comcast SportsNe

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SAN FRANCISCO – Brandon Finnegan is enjoying this roller coaster ride he’s on, even if he says it hasn’t all sunk in yet.

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SAN FRANCISCO –- Royals catcher Salvador Perez has done plenty in this World Series to garner the spotlight.

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