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Game 7 will decide the fate of the World Series between Royals and Giants

Game 7 will decide the fate of the World Series between Royals and Giants

Posted by Liliana Castaño on October 29, 2014

After 2,457 baseball games, it all comes down to one more.

In this season of unparalleled parity, it only makes sense. It is only fair.

So we go to a Game 7 of this World Series, so evenly played that it is downright odd.

After the Royals10-0 rout in Game 6 on Tuesday night, the difference that separates these two excellent but flawed teams is as narrow as Royals Game 6 winnerYordano Ventura, the 23-year-old rookie who's all arm.

Through six games, the Giants lead in runs 27-25 and hits 58-51, the teams are tied in total bases 76-76 and the Royals lead in home runs 3-2. If it were a political race, they would be within the margin of error (incidentally, the Giants have one more of those, too, 3-2).

So now comes Game 7, the most special moment in sports.

"We have a beautiful opportunity," Giants star Hunter Pence said. "It's a special occasion. And hopefully, everybody enjoys it.

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