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    MLB - Risultati 21 Ottobre

    Blue Jays 7, Royals 1
    TORONTO -- Marco Estrada and his magical changeup gave the Kansas City Royals more than they could handle Wednesday.
    At the same time, the right-hander gave the Toronto Blue Jays everything they needed.
    He allowed one run, three hits and one walk in 7 2/3 innings, shortstop Troy Tulowitzki had three RBIs and the Blue Jays avoided elimination with a 7-1 victory over the Royals in Game 5 of the American League Championship Series.
    The Royals lead the best-of-seven series 3-2, with Game 6 scheduled for Friday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
    "We've seen him pitch like that all year," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said of Estrada. "We've seen him take a couple of no-hitters late into games.
    "The fact that it was an elimination game, he really rose to the occasion."
    Estrada (2-1) faced one batter above the minimum before Royals catcher Salvador Perez homered to right with two outs in the eighth inning.
    When left fielder Alex Gordon followed with a single, right-hander Aaron Sanchez replaced Estrada. Right fielder Alex Rios singled and shortstop Alcides Escobar flied to right to end the inning.
    Tulowitzki doubled with the bases loaded against right-handed reliever Kelvin Herrera for the only hit in a four-run sixth inning to break the game open for Toronto.
    Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez (1-2) allowed five runs, three hits and four walks and hit a batter in five-plus innings.
    It was a reversal from Game 1 of the ALCS won 5-0 by the Royals when Volquez outpitched Estrada, who said he had trouble with fastball command during that start.


    Mets 8, Cubs 3
    CHICAGO -- Daniel Murphy is at a loss to explain his power surge and record-setting run of postseason homers.
    The Mets aren't complaining, though, not after Murphy slugged one of the team's three homers in an 8-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday that gave New York a berth in the World Series.
    The Mets completed a four-game National League Championship Series sweep to seal their fifth trip to the World Series and first since 2000.
    The National League champs will meet either the Royals or the Blue Jays when the Fall Classic opens Tuesday in Kansas City or Toronto.
    Murphy clubbed his seventh home run of the postseason -- a two-run shot to center in the eighth inning -- to set a major league postseason record with homers in six consecutive games.
    The old mark of five games was set by outfielder Carlos Beltran with the Houston Astros in 2004.
    The 30-year-old second baseman, who went 4-for-5 with two runs, was selected the series MVP. Murphy hit .529 (9-for-17) with four homers and six RBIs in the sweep.
    "It's just such a blessing to be able to contribute to what we've been able to do," Murphy said. "I really can't explain it. It's just a complete blessing, and that's the only way I can describe it."
    Mets manager Terry Collins, 66, will be in the World Series for the first time after a lifetime chasing the dream.
    "I'm sitting there tonight (in the dugout) thinking, 'Holy (cow), now you're in it after all these years,'" he said. "It was worth the wait. It was worth all the work, to see what it takes.
    "I just sat there and said, wow, this might be the finest group of guys I've ever been around."
    New York first baseman Lucas Duda (three hits, five RBIs) and catcher Travis d'Arnaud set the table with back-to-back, first-inning home runs, and Mets right-handed starter Steven Matz allowed one run in a 4 2/3-inning no-decision in front of an announced crowd of 42,227 at Wrigley Field.
    Four Mets relievers handled the Cubs the rest of the way, allowing just two runs.
    Right-hander Bartolo Colon (1-0) worked 1 1/3 scoreless innings for the victory.
    "That was a pretty impressive four games they played against us," said Cubs manager Joe Maddon, whose team never led in the series. "They did not let us up for air at any point.
    "Their domination of the early part of the game and their pitching was impressive. They played well, they didn't make mistakes."
    Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant hit a two-run homer-- his first of the series -- with no outs in the eighth off right-handed reliever Tyler Clippard.
    Chicago left-hander Jason Hammel (0-1) worked just 1 1/3 innings and allowed five runs on four hits.
    The Cubs bowed out after a 97-win regular season, an NL wild-card win over the Pittsburgh Pirates and an NL Division Series victory over the St. Louis Cardinals.

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    MLB - Preview 23 Ottobre

    Preview: Blue Jays at Royals
    GAME: Toronto Blue Jays (98-74) at Kansas City Royals (101-71)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, October 23 - 8:00 PM EST
    WHERE: Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
    LINE: N/A TOTAL: N/A
    Playoff Series: League Championship; Kansas City leads 3-2
    David Price’s struggles in the postseason during his career and this October in particular will all be forgotten with one dominant outing on Friday. Price will take the mound looking for his first career postseason win as a starter when the Toronto Blue Jays visit the Kansas City Royals in Game 6 of the American League Championship Series on Friday.
    Price gets another chance because the Blue Jays offense showed up on Wednesday and battered Edinson Volquez and the Kansas City staff in the 7-1 triumph. The big hit came from Troy Tulowitzki, who is 4-for-8 with six RBIs in Toronto’s two wins in the series and 3-for-11 with one RBI in the three losses. The Royals are heading home for the final two games in the series and are showing no panic while sitting on a 3-2 lead. “That's why homefield was so important to us,” Kansas City manager Ned Yost told reporters after the Game 5 loss. “We really wanted to play four games in our park. And we're taking a 3-games-to-2-lead back to where we are comfortable and back to our home fans that support us and are fantastic.”
    TV: 8:07 p.m. ET, Fox Sports 1
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Blue Jays LH David Price (1-2, 7.02 ERA) vs. Royals RH Yordano Ventura (0-1, 6.57)
    Price has allowed 10 runs in 13 2/3 innings in his two starts this postseason, dropping him to 0-7 in his seven career turns as a playoff starter. It looked like the free agent to-be was on his way to a win in Game 2 with six scoreless innings before a misplay in short right field opened the floodgates to a five-run inning and an eventual 6-3 setback. Price has allowed a total of 13 earned runs in the postseason – matching the total from his final seven regular season outings.
    Ventura is still looking for his first win of the 2015 postseason and allowed three runs and eight hits in 5 1/3 innings while going up against Price in Game 2. The 24-year-old does have 16 strikeouts in 12 1/3 innings over three appearances this postseason to go along with six walks. Ventura surrendered a total of one run and six hits over 14 innings in his final two regular season starts.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Blue Jays 3B Josh Donaldson has hit safely in each of the five ALCS games and doubled in the last two.
    2. Royals 3B Mike Moustakas is 5-for-35 in the postseason.
    3. Kansas City RHP Kelvin Herrera has 14 strikeouts in seven innings across seven postseason appearances.

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    Me l'aspettavo una linea bassa per stasera sull'under e over. Cmq dalle stats Price mi convinge molto di + e Ventura nell'ultimo periodo non sta lanciando bene. Ad Aprile aveva chiuso con un whip di 0.83, ora il suo whip aumentato fino ad arrivare a 1.29. Price mi convince di + e credo di giocare la vittoria di Toronto. Anche i bookmakers si sono schierati dalla parte di Toronto e io credo di giocarmi sia il 2 ma anche l'under 7.5

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    anche io vado su toronto ma anche su over invece, ma stake basso. spero negli attacchi anche quello di toronto in ripresa. queste stats mi convincono


    • Blue Jays are 5-1 in Prices last 6 road starts.
    • Blue Jays are 5-2 in Prices last 7 starts.



    • Over is 5-1-1 in Blue Jays last 7 road games vs. a right-handed starter.
    • Over is 11-3-2 in Blue Jays last 16 overall.
    • Over is 20-8-1 in Blue Jays last 29 road games.
    • Over is 5-2 in Blue Jays last 7 playoff games.
    • Over is 5-0 in Prices last 5 road starts.
    • Over is 4-0 in Royals last 4 games following a loss.
    • Over is 5-2 in Royals last 7 playoff games

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    anche io vado su toronto ma anche su over invece, ma stake basso. spero negli attacchi anche quello di toronto in ripresa. queste stats mi convincono


    • Blue Jays are 5-1 in Prices last 6 road starts.
    • Blue Jays are 5-2 in Prices last 7 starts.



    • Over is 5-1-1 in Blue Jays last 7 road games vs. a right-handed starter.
    • Over is 11-3-2 in Blue Jays last 16 overall.
    • Over is 20-8-1 in Blue Jays last 29 road games.
    • Over is 5-2 in Blue Jays last 7 playoff games.
    • Over is 5-0 in Prices last 5 road starts.
    • Over is 4-0 in Royals last 4 games following a loss.
    • Over is 5-2 in Royals last 7 playoff games
    Oggi ho dato un'occhiata ad un'altra statistica: Batter vs Pitcher e Price contro i battitori dei Kansas ha una batting avarage di 0.282( non so per se una buona stats o no). Cmq l'under non che mi convinceva tanto ed alla fine gioco solo Toronto( diciamo che aspettavo una tua conferma prima di giocare).

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    MLB - Risultati 23 Ottobre

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Royals are returning to the World Series for the second straight season after Lorenzo Cain scored from first base on a single on a gutsy call by third base coach Mike Jirschele.
    Cain, who was running hard all the way, scored on Eric Hosmer's single in the bottom of the eighth in Game 6 of the American League Championship Series, and that was the difference as the Kansas City Royals defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 Saturday night.
    The Royals, who lost to the San Francisco Giants in seven games in the 2014 World Series, will play the New York Mets, beginning Tuesday at Kansas City.
    "From the first day of spring training, we expected to be here," Royals manager Ned Yost said.
    Cain led off the inning with an eight-pitch walk from 20-year-old right-handed closer Roberto Osuna. Hosmer pulled a 2-2 pitch into right field. Jose Bautista threw to second base, instead of throwing the ball home.
    "I had a feeling Bautista was going to come up and throw to second base," Jirschele said. "He's been doing it. As soon I saw him release the ball to second, I had Lorenzo coming in. I knew we were going to take a shot at it.
    "I'm watching his setup and soon as I saw his release coming this way I just sent him. He was just coming into third, but he was coming full speed, so Lorenzo made the play. With Lorenzo running, it was going to take a perfect throw to second and a perfect throw to home and you're going to take your chances on that."
    Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki's relay throw was up the line.
    Hosmer said the hit ranks "right up there" as the biggest of his career."
    "It got us the run to send us to the World Series," Hosmer said. "The story just keeps better and better. I can't wait to be fighting on the big stage with these guys in a couple of days."
    Wade Davis gave up a single, a walk and allowed the Blue Jays to steal three bases in the ninth, but did not allow a run.
    Catcher Russell Martin led off the inning with a single, his first hit in the series. Dalton Pompey ran for Martin and promptly stole second and third with none out.
    Davis walked Kevin Pillar, who stole second. Davis recovered by striking out pinch hitter Dioner Navarro and Ben Revere. Then he got Josh Donaldson to ground out to end the game to pick up the victory.
    "At that point, it was about as bad as it could get, a man on third with no outs," Davis said. "I'm just hoping for some magic and get out of it.
    "That was not a good situation. That's exactly what my thoughts were. We just tried to make sure we got out of it and stayed strong."
    The Royals had to overcome two Bautista home runs.
    Kansas City took a 3-1 lead into the eighth when Bautista homered with Ben Revere on base. Bautista, who hit 40 home runs in the regular season, yanked a Ryan Madson 96 mph fastball into the left field seats.
    Bautista silenced the sold out Kauffman Stadium crowd of 40,494 that had been booing his every plate-appearance and catch in right field. He also homered in the fourth, becoming the first Blue Jay in franchise history with a multi-homer postseason game.
    Royals right-hander Yordano Ventura was pulled with one out in the sixth after yielding a double to Edwin Encarnacion. Ventura allowed one run on four hits in 5 1/3 innings, striking out five and walking two. He threw 77 pitches, 51 for strikes.
    Kelvin Herrera replaced Ventura and retired all five batters he faced, striking out two, before turning over a two-run lead to Madson in the eighth that he failed to keep for three hitters.
    Moustakas led off the seventh with a splintered-bat single to center. Catcher Salvador Perez drove a David Price pitch to the left-field bullpen fence, but Ben Revere made a spectacular leaping grab to rob him of extra-bases. Moustakas advanced to third on left fielder Alex Gordon's ground out.
    Price did not finish the inning as rookie right-hander Aaron Sanchez was brought in to face Alex Rios with two out. Rios laced a single to left, scoring Moustakas.
    Price, who was the losing pitcher in his first seven career postseason starts, got a no-decision this time, thanks to Bautista. He left after 6 2/3 innings, charged with three runs on five hits, two of them home runs in the first two innings.
    "I didn't pitch well enough to win," Price said.
    There was a 45-rain delay after the top of the eighth inning.
    While the Blue Jays topped the majors with 232 home runs during the regular season, the Royals used the long ball to grab an early 2-0 lead.
    Second baseman Ben Zobrist punched a David Price 91 mph cutter out to left on a 1-1 count in the first inning for his second home run in this ALCS.
    In the second inning, Moustakas belted a Price changeup over the right-field fence. Blue Jays manager John Gibbons requested a review, though, claiming a fan in the first row reached over the wall. After a 107-second delay, the homer stood.
    The Blue Jays flexed their muscles in the fourth with a Bautista solo home run. Bautista destroyed Ventura's 96-mph fastball with a towering shot out to left. No review was necessary for that one, an estimated 428 feet.
    The Blue Jays went 0-for-12 with runners in scoring position.
    "It's not always what you don't do," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "Sometimes it's what the other guys are doing. They held us in check."
    NOTES: Royals SS Alcides Escobar, the ALCS MVP, on why he likes swinging at the first pitch: "Ninety-nine percent is a fastball right there in the strike zone." ... RHP Marco Estrada had a 2.33 ERA in three postseason starts. Only RHP Juan Guzman, a 1.71 ERA in three 1992 starts, has a lower ERA for the Blue Jays in a single postseason. ... Royals manager Ned Yost now has 18 career postseason victories, passing Joe Maddon for sixth among active managers

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    MLB - Preview Gara 1 World Series 27 Ottobre

    Preview: Mets at Royals
    GAME: New York Mets (97-74) at Kansas City Royals (102-71)
    DATE/TIME: Tuesday, October 27 - 8:00 PM EST
    WHERE: Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
    LINE: N/A TOTAL: N/A
    Playoff Series: World Series; Series Tied 0-0
    The Kansas City Royals made it to the seventh game of the World Series last season and enter the 2015 edition planning to come out on top. The Royals will get some stiff competition when Daniel Murphy, Matt Harvey and the New York Mets visit for Game 1 on Tuesday.
    The New York pitching staff used its power stuff to dominate the Chicago Cubs in a four-game sweep of the National League Championship Series, surrendering a total of eight runs in the four games, while Murphy ran his record streak to six straight postseason games with a home run in the clincher. The Mets will have to hope that momentum carries over after having five full days off between rounds. The Royals needed six games to dispatch the Toronto Blue Jays and have a lineup ready for New York’s staff after posting the fewest strikeouts in the majors during the regular season. “We play in a big park, which is not conducive to power,” Kansas City manager Ned Yost told reporters. “We don't swing for the fences. We have power, we can hit homers, but for the most part we just try to stay short and quick and drive the gaps, and our guys do a good job with that.”
    TV: 8:07 p.m. ET, FOX
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Mets RH Matt Harvey (2-0, 2.84 ERA) vs. Royals RH Edinson Volquez (1-2, 4.32)
    Harvey will take the ball on nine days’ rest after striking out nine and allowing two runs on four hits and a pair of walks over 7 2/3 innings to win Game 1 of the NLCS. The 26-year-old endured plenty of questions about his workload down the stretch but has so far only been needed for 12 2/3 innings in the postseason. Harvey is making his first career start against Kansas City and is 3-1 with a 0.93 ERA in eight career interleague outings.
    Volquez picked up his first career postseason win in five starts when he held the Blue Jays scoreless over six innings in Game 1 of the ALCS. The Dominican Republic native was ripped for five runs in as many innings in Game 5 but has seen his velocity tick up in the postseason and will be on regular rest for Game 1. Volquez is 2-5 with a 5.70 ERA in nine career starts against New York and has issued 12 walks in 16 2/3 innings during the postseason.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Mets OF Yoenis Cespedes (shoulder) was removed from Game 4 of the NLCS but is expected to be ready for Tuesday.
    2. Royals SS Alcides Escobar has hit safely in 10 straight games and was named ALCS MVP.
    3. New York last won a World Series crown in 1986 and Kansas City's last title was in 1985.

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    MLB - Risultati 27 Ottobre

    Royals 5, Mets 4 (14 inning)
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Eric Hosmer found a good way to atone for a run-scoring error in Game 1 of the World Series.
    The first baseman's sacrifice fly in the 14th inning scored Alcides Escobar with the winning run, and the Kansas City Royals outlasted the New York Mets for a 5-4 victory Tuesday.
    Royals left fielder Alex Gordon homered with one out in the ninth to straightaway center on a 1-1 Jeurys Familia pitch to tie the game and send the 40,320 Kauffman Stadium crowd into complete bedlam and the game into extra innings.
    "I was the happiest person in the stadium when Gordon homered," said Hosmer, whose eighth-inning error gave New York a 4-3 lead. "I told him, 'I just want to hug you right now.' I think a lot of people in Kansas City want to hug him."
    The final run was unearned as Escobar reached on a throwing error by Mets third baseman David Wright to start the 14th. Second baseman Ben Zobrist, who had three hits, singled Escobar to third. After center fielder Lorenzo Cain was walked intentionally, Hosmer flied out to right, and Escobar beat Curtis Granderson's throw home.
    "I just wanted another opportunity," Hosmer said. "It came down to me right then. I'm just happy for another chance."
    Mets right-hander Bartolo Colon, 42, became the oldest losing pitcher in World Series history.
    Royals right-hander Chris Young worked three hitless innings, striking out four, to pick up the victory.
    The 14-inning game matched the longest in World Series history. The contest lasted 5 hours, 9 minutes.
    The Royals loaded the bases in the 12th but came away empty. Right fielder Paulo Orlando, the first Brazilian to appear in a World Series game, led off the inning with an infield single. Colon walked two intentionally before retiring designated hitter Jarrod Dyson on an easy fly ball to left.
    Kansas City reliever Ryan Madson, who had allowed four home runs in 5 1/3 innings in six postseason games, pitched into and out of trouble in the 11th. Center fielder Juan Lagares began the inning with a bunt single, and shortstop Wilmer Flores bunted him to second base.
    After Madson struck out designated hitter Michael Cuddyer, he walked Granderson. Madson fell behind in the count 2-0 to Wright before striking him out in an eight-pitch at-bat.
    Mets left-hander Jonathon Niese, who made 29 starts during the regular season, pitched scoreless 10th and 11th innings.
    Lagares singled with two outs in the eighth, stole second and scored on Hosmer's error to give the Mets an abbreviated lead.
    Lagares, who was not in the starting lineup, singled to center off Kelvin Herrera and swiped second. Wilmer Flores hit a grounder that Hosmer attempted to backhand, but the ball got past him for an error, allowing Lagares to come home. It was only the Royals' second error in 12 postseason games.
    "It was a short hop, one of those in-between plays," Hosmer said. "No excuses. It was off my glove. I should have made the play."
    New York led 3-1 after left fielder Michael Conforto hit a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning, but Kansas City scored twice in the bottom of the inning to tie the game. Hosmer's sacrifice fly cut New York's lead to 3-2, and third baseman Mike Moustakas leveled the score with a single to right-center.
    Both starting pitchers, Mets right-hander Matt Harvey and Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez, threw six innings of three-run ball.
    Volquez's father died of heart failure in the Dominican Republic before the game.
    "I don't have any idea when he found out," Royals manager Ned Yost said. "We found out before the game, and the wishes of the family was let Eddie pitch.
    "So I was kind of keeping my eye on him, didn't want him to hear about it, and he was fine. He didn't know, and I guess after the game is when he found out."
    Granderson's fifth-inning solo home run put New York in front 2-1.
    Escobar, the MVP of the American League Championship Series after hitting .478 against Toronto, swung at the first pitch in the first inning, as his custom, but this swing produced World Series history. The shortstop drove a Matt Harvey 95 mph four-seam fastball to left center.
    Mets center fielder Yoenis Cespedes attempted to make a backhand grab, but the ball ricocheted off his leg and into left field. By the time Conforto reversed his field and chased it down, Escobar circled the bases standing up.
    It was the 10th inside-the-park home run in World Series history and the first since Mule Haas on Oct. 13, 1929, for the Philadelphia Athletics against the Chicago Cubs. The only other inside-the-park homer to lead off a World Series game was by Patsy Dougherty for the Philadelphia Athletics against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Oct. 2, 1903.
    "I've never seen that before in the first game of the World Series," Escobar said. "That's crazy. I say a double, triple maybe, when I hit it. When I saw my third base coach continue to send me to home plate, I said, 'Wow.' It was a crazy game, a long game."
    Said Harvey, "I don't think you expect the first pitch of the game to be deep into the gap like that. But I'm more disappointed that I gave up those two runs (in the sixth) and gave up the lead."
    The Mets clustered three singles in the fourth to tie the score at 1. Second baseman Daniel Murphy singled to center leading off the inning. That was Murphy's 17th postseason hit, which is a Mets record, and he added another single later in the game.
    With one out, first baseman Lucas Duda hit a ground-ball single to right, advancing Murphy to third. Catcher Travis d'Arnaud's infield single to third brought Murphy home.
    Granderson homered on a 1-2 Volquez 95 mph sinker in the fifth to put the Mets on top. Granderson's seventh career postseason home run, but his first this year, landed in the Mets' bullpen.
    Familia, who had not blown a save since July 30, gave up the game-tying homer to Gordon.
    "One thing he doesn't give up is home runs, so we were all shocked by it," Mets manager Terry Collins said.

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