The Royals played the Giants in game four of the World Series on Saturday night in San Francisco. Videographer Monty Davis of The Star was on hand to capture the sights and sounds.
Royals reliever Scott Downs plays catch with fans again
Before the Royals played the Giants in game four of the World Series at AT&T Park in San Francisco, Kansas City reliever Scott Downs continued a new postseason routine by playing catch with the opposing team’s fans.
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Time lapse: Thousands Of Royals, Giants fans crowd Into AT&T Park
Jason Vargas on putting Royals’ bullpen in tough spot and his second at-bat
Royals starter Jason Vargas left in the fifth inning with his team leading 4-2 following Joe Panik’s lead-off double. In came the bullpen, and the relievers couldn’t hold the lead.
Danny Duffy on allowing the tying run to score in the fifth
Royals reliever Danny Duffy lamented giving up a single to Pablo Sandoval after he entered the game in the fifth inning, allowing a Giants rally to continue. The score was tied by the end of the inning, and the Giants won game four of the World Series 11-4 on Saturday in San Francisco.