Kansas City Royals win World Series 2015, Game 5, beat Mets easily: results, score and analysis
Kansas City Royals have amazed almost everyone by winning the World Series so fast and in so impressive manner. Out of the five matches played, the Royals won four matches without much of a trouble and lost just one.
Prior to the beginning of the World Series 2015, many people were claiming that Mets had better chance to tame Kansas City Royals and win the World Series 2015 without much of trouble. But beginning from the World Series Game 1, the Kansas City Royals proved that they were more than a handful for their opponents.
It is not that they didnâ€™t make mistakes. In the World Series Game 4 the match was full of mistakes that Royals made, but their mistakes were far less and not comparable to the blunders made by the New York Mets.
Now everyone is saying that the 2015 Royals are better than any other team in the sport as of today. The whole team played like a unit. Nonetheless some are coming for more praise than others for the sort of contribution they made in Royals win last night. Eric Hosmer is among the people who is being praised like no one else. â€œThis is why we love this sport. Throw out your analytics and your triple-slash lines and your WAR and your second-guessing and all of that. When the World Series is on the line and it’s a tough battle with close, grind-’em-out games, it comes down to making plays at the game’s critical moments. This is when we form those memories that stick in our minds that are already cluttered with baseballâ€ says a report while talking about him.
Christian Colon is another player who is being praised by almost all the Kansas City Royals. The Puerto Rican professional baseball shortstop who is part of the Royals for the last one and half years played a crucial role in the Royals win last night, besides being behind many other victories for the team. With one out in the 12th and pinch runner Jarrod Dyson at third — running for Salvador Perez, who had led off the inning with a bloop single down the right-field line — Colon lined a 1-2 slider into left field for a base hit. It was his first plate appearance since the final game of the regular season.
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