The World Series is billed as a team of destiny looking to end an extensive title drought versus a squad of veteran contributors who always find a way to win.
Some San Francisco radio stations have banned one of the biggest hit songs of the year, “Royals” by Lorde for the duration of the World Series. So KCBS reporter Doug Sovern decided San Francisco needed its own version of the song to cheer the Giants on as they take on Kansas City.
San Francisco Shares Risk Of Earthquakes With Kansas City, Midwest Fault Known For Magnitude 8 Quakes
As the Giants and Royals prepare to face off in the World Series, both the Bay Area and the Kansas City have one thing in common: a risk of earthquakes.
A Royals fan in Kansas City wants to give his family a trip to the World Series so badly he’s willing to part with his classic car to get them there.
The San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals will square off in the 110th edition of the World Series, beginning Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.
The Giants are underdogs heading into the World Series, according to odds-makers in Las Vegas. That’s good news when you consider this fact: no underdog has lost a series this postseason.
To get us pumped up for the Series, we rounded up a few songs that exemplify the city we love
Giants Fan Who Caught Travis Ishikawa’s Home Run Ball Returns It To NLCS Hero; Gets World Series Tickets
The Giants fan who caught Travis Ishikawa’s pennant-clinching walk-off home run ball said he had no problem giving it to the player who took the unlikeliest of routes to baseball immortality.
Every Giants fan in attendance Thursday took home cherished memories of a magical night, but the game was particularly significant for one little fan who won’t remember a single thing about the game.
San Francisco police say a person suffered a broken nose and a gunshot went off during a fight near AT&T Park after the Giants’ victory over the St. Louis Cardinals Thursday night.