World Series
KC Royals 2, SF Giants 1
Game 4, 7 p.m. Saturday in SF, Fox 4, 610 AM

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Royals live: Updates from game four of the World Series vs. the Giants

Follow along on your desktop or mobile device during Saturday night’s game four of the World Series, pitting the Royals against the San Francisco Giants, for live stats and updates from Andy McCullough, The Star’s Royals beat reporter, and other sportswriters and editors. First pitch is set for 7:07 p.m. Central. The Fox network (WDAF, Channel 4 in Kansas City) will televise the game.

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Missouri’s offense shows improvement in 24-14 win over Vanderbilt

Missouri’s offense still wasn’t a well-oiled machine, but there were fits and starts of rhythm in the Tigers’ 24-14 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday in Columbia. Against the Commodores, which have returned to being an SEC doormat after three straight seasons with a bowl appearance, those fits and starts proved to be enough to pace the Tigers, 6-2 and 3-1 in the SEC.

Steve Rose

Call me a RINO and hear me roar for Paul Davis for Kansas governor

“To some conservative Republicans, any deviation from the party line is treason. That makes it a cult, not a political party. Only cults demand blind loyalty to its leaders, no matter what,” writes op-ed columnist Steve Rose, who is breaking ranks with the Republican Party and supporting Democrat Paul Davis for Kansas governor.

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Steve Rose

Call me a RINO and hear me roar for Paul Davis for Kansas governor

“To some conservative Republicans, any deviation from the party line is treason. That makes it a cult, not a political party. Only cults demand blind loyalty to its leaders, no matter what,” writes op-ed columnist Steve Rose, who is breaking ranks with the Republican Party and supporting Democrat Paul Davis for Kansas governor.

Judging the Royals

This was the Royals kind of game; speed, pitching and defense

This was just the kind of ballgame the Royals needed; a low-scoring affair where speed, pitching and defense would make the difference. The Royals offense manufactured a run in the first inning and took a lead they’d never give up, the pitching held the Giants to two runs and the defense was making plays all over the field. Friday night in Game Three the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2 and took a 2-1 lead in the World Series.
 
 

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