Royals lead the World Series 3-1, and set a MLB record

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The Kansas City Royals and Eric Hosmer did an amazing job in the playoffs, now they are one game from winning the World Series.

Daniel Murphy’s error on Hosmer during the eighth inning gave the Royals the opportunity they needed to turn things around, and win 5-3 against the New York Mets Saturday in order to lead 3-1 in the best-of-seven matchup.

Chris Young, Kansas City starter said, “there’s just a belief amongst the guys that it doesn’t matter what the score is, what the lead is, what the deficit is. The guys just believe that they’re going to find a way to get it done.”

Kansas City pitcher, Edinson Volquez, who returned Saturday from the Dominican Republic after attending his father‘s funeral, will face the Mets in Game 5. Volquez started Game 1, and pitched six innings just hours after his father died, but this time he might pitch the Royals to their first championship in 30 years.

According to STATS, The Kansas City Royals set a MLB record after six postseason comebacks from at least two runs down. Royals manager Ned Yost said, “what they did tonight is what they’ve been doing the whole playoffs,” and “it’s a group of guys that have the utmost confidence in themselves. I don’t think at any point these guys thought that they were going to lose tonight,” he said.

Royals’ fans never lost their hope, some of them even gathered behind the Royals dugout after the final out, chanting loudly for their team.

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