The Royals won Game 2, tied up the World Series and made Ned Yost look like a genius. Jayson Stark » Armchair Manager »Five-run 6th lifts K.C. »Key moments »Strickland?! »Butler does it » More »
Facing a 2-0 hole at home, the Royals send rookie Yordano Ventura to the mound. Live Reax Listen Game 2 matchup » Stats & Info: Keys »More »
Kansas City's best chance rest on the shoulders of its rookie righty Yordano Ventura. Jerry Crasnick » Wulf: The echoes of 1985 »Don't give up, K.C. fans »Game 2: Peavy vs. Ventura, 8:07 ET »More »
The Jets are anxious to unleash their new weapon Sunday. Should you be as eager to start Percy Harvin? Week 8 Rankings: WR »QB »RB »TMR 200 » Rankings reaction Geno won't single out Harvin »
Twenty-nine years is a long time, but there's plenty to connect the 1985 team and this one. Steve Wulf »Don't give up, K.C. fans »Royals turn to rook »Game 2: Peavy vs. Ventura, 8:07 ET »BBTN More »
"Baseball Tonight" Spotlight: The Royals rallied for five runs in the sixth inning en route to a 7-2 win over the Giants in Game 2 of the World Series.
Austin Rehkow kickoff for 61 yds , Gregory Hogan return for 15 yds to the NMxSt 19
ESPN legal analyst Roger Cossack discusses the implications of the denial of the prosecution's request to remove the judge handling the felony child abuse case against Adrian Peterson.
Chad Chalich pass complete to Deon Watson for 15 yds to the Idaho 41 for a 1ST down
Hunter Pence talks to Jon Sciambi after hitting the first World Series home run of his career.
7:00 a.m. The Herd with Colin Cowherd
10:00 a.m. Scott Van Pelt Show
700ESPN Dodgeball Team
Patchin, Lukens and Osso
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