1. MLB Odds San Francisco Giants vs. Kansas City Royals World Series Game 3 Pick Prediction Preview 10-24-2014

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    The Kansas City Royals will head out west for Game 3 of their World Series as they meet the San Francisco Giants in a Major League Baseball game set to go on Friday October 24th. Start time from San Francisco is scheduled for 8PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by FOX. The betting odds from Game 3 has the home side San Francisco Giants the -127 wagering favorite with the return on the road underdog Kansas City Royals at +117 odds. The run total came in at seven runs. Getting the start for Kansas City on Friday night will be veteran Jeremy Guthrie. The Royals right hander is 13-11 in 33 starts with an ERA of 4.07 and WHIP of 1.30. Guthrie pitched in the ALCS back on October 14th and gave up one earned run and three hits pitching five innings as he received a no decision in a 2-1 home victory to the Baltimore Orioles as a -102 wagering underdog. San Francisco counters with Tim Hudson who works his 34th game of the year. Hudson is 9-13 with an ERA of 3.55 and WHIP of 1.22. The Giant veteran right hander appeared in the NLCS back on October 14th and gave up four earned runs and seven hits over 6 1/3rd innings of work as he received a no decision in a 5-4 home victory to the St Louis Cardinals as a -123 betting favorite. Kansas City evens the World Series at 1-1 following the 7-2 home victory on Wednesday to the San Francisco Giants as a -134 betting favorite. The game total went over seven runs.

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    • Man Willing to Trade Classic Car for World Series Tickets

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      A Kansas man wants to see the World Series so bad he's willing to trade his beloved car for it.

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      • Getaway Day Ken White QuickTime

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        When a father gives to his son, they both laugh. When a son gives to his father, they both cry. In 1962, a California teen learns of his dying father’s dream to play catch with his idol, Yankee baseball legend Mickey Mantle. In a desperate race against time to fulfill his father’s wish, the boy discovers more about life, growing up, and family than he ever imagined.

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        • MLB Pick Kansas City Royals vs. San Francisco Giants World Series Game 2 Odds Prediction Preview 10-22-2014

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          It will be Game 2 of the best of seven World Series as the San Francisco Giants will meet the Kansas City Royals in a Major League Baseball playoff game set to go on Wednesday October 22nd. Start time for Game 2 from Kansas City is scheduled for 8PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by FOX. The betting odds from Game 2 will be out on and updated on Wednesday morning. Getting the start for San Francisco on Tuesday will be veteran Jake Peavy. The Giants right hander is 7-4 in 14 starts on his traded team with an ERA of 2.14 and WHIP of 1.06. Peavy threw in the NLCS series on October 12th and allowed two earned runs and four hits pitching four innings as he received a no decision in a 5-4 road defeat at St Louis Cardinals as a +123 wagering underdog. Kansas City will counter with Yordano Ventura who throws his 33rd game of the year. Ventura is 14-10 with an ERA of 3.31 and WHIP of 1.29. The Royals right hander last appeared in the ALCS back on October 11th where he allowed four earned runs and five hits working 5 2/3rd innings as he received a no decision in a 6-4 road victory at the Baltimore Orioles as a +108 betting underdog. San Francisco takes the 1-0 lead in this best of seven series after the 7-1 road victory at Kansas City on Tuesday night as a -109 wagering favorite. The game total went over 6 ½ runs.

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          • The Sports Classroom 10-18-14 Part #4

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            Dr. Strudler and Geoff start the second hour of The Sports Classroom by talking about Small Market Baseball and the Kansas City Royals improbable run to the World Series. Joining The Sports Classroom about the effects of economics on baseball is Dr. Brian Mills of the University of Florida.

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            • Children Of The Universe (Ryan Vogelsong)

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              Song: Children of the Universe - Molly.

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              • Shots Heard ‘Round the World: 1951 New York Giants & 2014 San Francisco Giants

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                63 Years & 2,909 miles separate the “Miracle at Coogan's Bluff” (aka “The Shot Heard ‘Round the World) and the “Miracle at McCovey Cove” (aka “The Shot Part Deux) but the Giants Baseball Club proves that history does repeat itself. Emulating the 1951 New York Giants, whose miraculous late-summer National League comeback was capped off by Bobby Thomson’s pennant-winning home run in the bottom of the ninth of the third game of a three-game playoff against the Brooklyn Dodgers to win the National League Pennant, the 2014 San Francisco Giants marred by catastrophic injuries capped off their late-season National League comeback with a home run in the bottom of the ninth of the fifth game of the National League Championship Series by the most unlikely, yet most inspiring hero: Travis Ishikawa. Relive the drama of New York Giants broadcaster Russ Hodges’ call as you watch Bobby Thomson’s October 3, 1951 National League Pennant winning home run and San Francisco Giants broadcaster Jon Miller’s call of Travis Ishikawa’s October 16, 2014 National League Pennant winning home run (along with the commentary of Giants broadcasters Mike Krukow and Duane Kuiper). Finally, as we look towards the 2014 World Series, we are inspired by recent Giants milestones: Duane Kuiper’s call of the strikeout that brought the first World Series title to the Giants since moving to San Francisco and just two years later Dave Flemming's call of the dramatic strikeout in Detroit which ended the series and brought the second World Series title in three years to San Francisco. Looking towards the immediate future we hear Hunter Pence’s inspiring comments to his teammates about the 2014 World Series against the Kansas City Royals. Understanding the inspiring history of the 1951 New York Giants will demonstrate the historical significance of the 2014 San Francisco Giants and connect you to one of the countless inspirational accomplishments of the Giants Baseball Club. Will the 2014 World Series Championship return to the Giants Baseball Club? To Be Continued...

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                • Kansas City Royals vs. San Francisco Giants Pick Prediction World Series MLB Playoff Game 1 Updated Odds Preview 10-21-2014

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                  The San Francisco Giants are on the road in Game 1 of the World Series as they meet the Kansas City Royals in a Major League Baseball game scheduled for Tuesday October 21st. Start time form Game 1 of this best of seven series is scheduled for 8PM Eastern Time from Kansas City with national television coverage provided by FOX. The betting odds from this World Series opener has the road team San Francisco Giants the -114 wagering favorite with the take back on the home underdog Kansas City Royals at +104 odds. The run total is lined at 6 ½ runs. Getting the start for San Francisco in Game 1 will be left hander Madison Bumgarner. The Giants hurler is 20-11 in 37 starts with an ERA of 2.78 and WHIP of 1.05. Bumgarner last appeared in the NLCS on October 16th and allowed three earned runs and five hits in eight innings of work as he received a no decision in a 6-3 home win to St Louis as a -151 wagering favorite. San Francisco advanced into the World Series after defeating the St Louis Cardinals in five games in the NLCS. The Giants defeated the Cardinals 6-3 in Game 5 back on October 16th as a -151 wagering favorite in the series clincher. Kansas City will counter with James Shield to open up this best of seven World Series. Shields is 15-8 in 37 starts with an ERA of 3.37 and WHIP of 1.27. He last threw in the ALCS back on October 10th and allowed four earned runs and ten hits in five innings pitched as he received a no decision in an 8-6 road win at Baltimore as a +105 wagering underdog. The Royals punched their ticket into the World Series as they completed a four game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. Kansas City wins Game 4 by the score of 2-1 on October 15th as a -122 wagering favorite. Update 10-21-2014: Giants are now favored by -110 odds with the Royals returning +110 odds. The run total remains at 6 1/2 runs.

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                  • Spring Training 2013

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                    Yuka, Valerie, Dinna, Elizabeth, Jean, Justin, and unborn Jordan took a road trip to the San Francisco Giants Spring Training games in Scottsdale, AZ.

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                    • The 5 Beer Ramble

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                      The Wife is away. The kids are asleep. What better time to make a break into world of video?

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