Cinderella These Hitters
Technically, the Kansas Royals ain’t even supposed to be here. In an effort to make things a bit more exciting, Major League Baseball officials came up with the bright idea of making a single game elimination between two Wild Card teams to determine who actually gets to pal for a chance at the World Series to enhance interest. And by the looks of things, it has worked.
Royals Colorways Are Kinda Dope
Everyone loves a champion. People especially love jumping on the bandwagon when the team colors are flattering. Not saying the Royals are definitely going to win, but if you are rooting for them in any color combo of white / royal blue / powder blue and that hint of gold, the streetwear gods will respect your steeze.
Lorde Never Worries
Young soulful songstress form New Zealand is caught between San Francisco and Kansas City’s World Series beef. Two radio stations in S.F. promise to ban Lorde’s song for the duration of the World Series. However, on the flip side, a Missouri station will play her song from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today to mark the beginning of the series for the home team.
The Giants Are On The Verge Of A Dynasty
Quiet as kept, this marks the fourth World Series appearance by the Giants since the year 2000. During that span, San Francisco is 2 for 3 in the World Series, winning in 2012 and 2010 championship. Keep in mind, they’ve done all this post Barry Bonds, which would be like the Chicago Bulls still making it the NBA Finals without Michael Jordan AND winning like the Jumpman logo never retired.
You Fake Care Like The Rest Of Us
You love championships. If it was billed as the best players in the world, you’d watch the a ping pong championship. Admit it, you love competition. It’s why you watched the World Cup, it’s why you watched the Winter Olympics and it’s why you’re gunna watch the World Series. Don’t be left out when twitter goes HAM over some amazing moment that instant replay just can’t capture. Watch the games and experience it for yourself.