The San Francisco Giants have a chance to secure their third World Series title in five years tonight. Now back in Kansas City, the Giants will take on the Kansas City Royals tonight in Game 6 of the World Series, hoping to win their fourth game of the series and eliminate the Royals from contention.
The Giants won Game One of the World Series in dominant fashion, as they pulled off a 7-1 win. The Giants then lost two games in a row, as the Royals took a 2-1 series lead. After losing Game Two and Three, the Giants came storming back to win two games in a row at AT&T Park to take their current 3-2 series lead.
In Game Two, Peavy pitched five innings, and gave up six hits and four earned runs. This raised his postseason ERA to 7.20.
In Game Two, Ventura pitched 5.1 innings and despite giving up eight hits, he gave up just two earned runs.
Will Peavy use his intensity to his advantage and bounce back from the rough start he had in Game Two? Will Ventura blow the Giants away with his fastball, or will he crack under the pressure?
Both the Giants and the Royals have solid bullpens, but which starter will help propel their team to a victory?
The Giants have the momentum right now in the series, given their recent hot streak. Madison Bumgarner has dominated, the Giants are receiving clutch performances from everyone up and down the roster, and they’re getting clutch hits with two outs.
The Giants understand the importance of winning Game Six and avoiding Game Seven on the road. So, the question remains.
Will the Giants win Game Six and win their third World Series title in five years tonight?
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