KANSAS CITY -- Just when they needed one most, the Royals pulled off a big rally Wednesday night to get even in the World Series. A five-run sixth snapped a tie and gave Kansas City a 7-2 win over the San Francisco Giants.
Here's our coverage in The Buffalo News:
Royals strike back with some home cooking -- The bullpen, defense, clutch hitting, and rabid fans. Great combination for the Royals all monthy.
Brotherly love pushes Giants' Panik -- Joe Panik, San Francisco's rookie second baseman, is the younger brother of former Canisius College catcher and new Griffs assistant Paul Panik. The Panik family was not in Kansas City but it making the trip west for the weekend games at San Francisco's AT&T Park.
World Series notebook -- In spite of the Game Two loss, history bodes well for the Giants. Game One winners have a hot hand recently, with nine of the last 10 and 15 of the last 17 taking the series.
Click below to hear my post-game podcast, with thoughts from both clubhouses and a look ahead to Game Three.
Mike Harrington on Game 2