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  • Could Royals' Alex Gordon have scored in game seven of the 2014 World Series?

    With the help of the Rockhurst University baseball team, we recreated the end of the play. While Alex Gordon stopped at third in the real game, we told a Rockhurst baserunner to keep running through third base and a defender positioned in left field to throw toward home when the runner approached third. (February 2015 Video by Monty Davis and Shane Keyser | The Kansas City Star)

Could Royals' Alex Gordon have scored in game seven of the 2014 World Series?

With the help of the Rockhurst University baseball team, we recreated the end of the play. While Alex Gordon stopped at third in the real game, we told a Rockhurst baserunner to keep running through third base and a defender positioned in left field to throw toward home when the runner approached third. (February 2015 Video by Monty Davis and Shane Keyser | The Kansas City Star)