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Royals Angels Recent Match-ups
August 16, 2015, Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City, MO)
Los Angeles Angels: 3 Kansas City Royals: 4
The Kansas City Royals came into this game with the best record in the AL and went up against the high powered, but struggling Los Angeles Angels. Yordano Ventura was on the mound for the Royals and was pitching against the Angels' Hector Santiago. Action really kicked off when the Royals in the bottom of the first inning got two runs off of three hits within their first four batters who faced Santiago. But Santiago and Ventura were both strong throughout the rest of the game. Ventura pitched seven innings only allowing five hits and two runs but striking out seven. Santiago also lasted seven innings and did not allow a hit after that 2 run first inning for the Royals. The Royals and angels then traded runs in the eighth and ninth inning which led the game into extra innings. Reliever Kelvin Herrera pitched a scoreless 10th inning and then came the Royals up to bat. After a Ben Zobrist single and an Eric Hosmer walk, Kendrys Morales steps up to the plate. Morales then rips an RBI single to left field that scores Zobrist and ends the ball game with the Royals on top 4-3. Kelvin Herrera picks up the win and the loss is a tough one for the struggling Angels as the Royals look to continue their success into the postseason as another victory is added to the books.
October 6, 2014, Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City, MO)
Kansas City Royals: 8 Los Angeles Angels: 3
The final game of the American League Championship Series (ALCS) puts the Kansas City Royals up two games to zero on the Angels who have to win in order to stay alive. The Kansas City Royals have been hot since entering the playoffs and are clicking on all cylinders as they head into the final game. Up 2-0 the Royals' defense has been spectacular, specifically from the outfielders: Lorenzo Cain, Alex Gordon, Nori Aoki and on occasion Jarrod Dyson. The young Royals team has been outplaying the stars that the Angels' roster has. All stars Mike Trout and Albert Pujols have been consistent but not good enough to will the Angels to a win in the series. James Shields is on the mound for the Kansas City while C.J. Wilson is on the mound for the Angels. The Angels jump on the board early in the first inning scoring a run but the red hot Royals counter back with three runs of their own in the first inning. The Royals offense continues to impress as they put two runs on the board both in the third and fourth inning while the Angels only score one more run in the top of the fourth inning making the game 7-2. Shields puts on a strong pitching performance through the top of the sixth inning which is followed by another run by the Royals in the bottom half making it 8-2. The Royals reliever rotation of Kelvin Hererra, Wade Davis, and Greg Holland kicks in at the top of the 7th inning. Davis gives up one run in the eighth inning as the Angels attempt to stay in the game making it 8-3. A scoreless bottom half of the eighth inning leads to the top of the ninth inning where Royals closer Greg Holland finishes out the game as the Royals pick up the win and ultimately win the ALCS. The Angels' World Series hopes are dashed as the Royals advance to the World Series for the first time since 1985.