After a one-day delay because of rain, game two of the American League Championship series between the Kansas City Royals and the Baltimore Orioles was played Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium. The Royals won 2-1 and need one more win to advance to the World Series. Star videographers were there to capture the sights and sounds and CineSport recaps the game.
Kansas City Royals inch closer to World Series
Billy Butler’s sacrifice fly in the sixth inning gave Kansas City the lead, and the lockdown bullpen did the rest as the Royals moved to within a game of the World Series with a 2-1 game three win over the Orioles.
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Royals take the field for practice before game three of the ALCS
Royals fan talks about tailgating, 1985 and the team’s defense
Pamela Mysent of Kansas City talks about her love for the Kansas City Royals while tailgating Tuesday prior to start of ALCS Game.
Royals fan shows off poster of Ned Yost bunting in 1983
Brian Parvin worked overtime to afford ALCS tickets
Brian Parvin has been working overtime at his grain elevator job to afford ALCS tickets.
Raw video: Fans celebrate Royals’ win in ALCS game three
Billy Butler on the Royals’ success
Billy Butler talked about what it means to him an Alex Gordon to be part of the Royals’ success story.
Mike Moustakas desscribes his fall into a dugout suite: ‘I was crowd surfing’
Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas described the catch and tumble into the dugout suite, where he was helped from hitting the ground by fans.
Jeremy Guthrie on trying to come out for the sixth inning: ‘I was running on fumes’
Royals starter Jeremy Guthrie rallied through five innings, needing 94 pitches but only allowing one run.
Jarrod Dyson: ‘Gotta play like it’s our last’
Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson says the team still needs to play like their next game is their last, even though they are one win away from going to the World Series.
Eric Hosmer: ‘No reason to change anything we've been doing’
Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer says KC needs to keep the same approach in game four of the ALCS on Wednesday and also describes the sixth-inning single that moved Jarrod Dyson into position to score the go-ahead run in Tuesday’s 2-1 win over the Orioles.