Videographers from The Star were on hand Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium and in the Power & Light District to capture some of the sights and sounds from game six of the World Series between the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants. The Royals won the game 10-0 to force a decisive game seven on Wednesday night back at The K.
Behind the scenes: Kansas City Star sportswriters at work at the World Series
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Billy Butler on game six of the World Series
Designated hitter Billy Butler talked about facing Jake Peavy and whether the Royals’ offense can carry the momentum to game seven.
Lorenzo Cain on Royals heading to World Series game seven
Outfielder Lorenzo Cain praised the pitching of Yordano Ventura, who threw seven scoreless innings in the 10-0 win over the Giants. Cain said his team was prepared to win Wednesday night’s game seven by any means possible.
Eric Hosmer on taking two bases in the Royals’ second-inning rally
Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer drove in two runs in a seven-run second inning on what looked to be a single until he kept running to second base.
Mike Moustakas on setting the Royals’ record for home runs in a single postseason
Third baseman Mike Moustakas hit his fifth home run of the postseason Tuesday in a 10-0 win over the Giants at Kauffman Stadium but is more focused on winning game seven of the World Series on Wednesday.
Fans watch Royals win game six of the World Series
Sights and sounds of Royals fans watching game six of the World Series on Tuesday night in the Kansas City Live courtyard of the Power & Light District.
Royals rout Giants to force game seven
Kansas City used a seven-run second inning to crush San Francisco in game six of the World Series. Yordano Ventura allowed three hits over seven innings for his first Series win.