Giants Advance to World Series Against Royals

October 17, 2014 MLB Baseball

baseball player sliding into home plateThe amount of excitement MLB betting saw yesterday was thriving; it was a heck of a night. The San Francisco Giants are going on to the World Series to face the Kansas City Royals in a Fall Classic that has the potential of being one of the most memorable in decades. The Giants last night clinched the National League’s championship in dramatic and epic fashion, a game that many fans will remember for years to come.

Travis Ishikawa, echoing the great Bobby Thomson, hit a three run walk-off bomb that catapulted the Giants to their third World Series in six years. San Francisco, in almost complete diametrical opposite of money ball philosophy, won their game last night by only scoring homeruns.

Previous to Ishikawa’s homer, Michael Morse came in pinch-hitting for San Francisco, and scored a solo Home Run to tie the game in the 8th inning. With this trip to the World Series, the Giants can already start throwing the word dynasty into their vocabulary. MLB Betting fans can now expect a real exciting World Series starting next Tuesday.

There will be enough time to analyze and make prediction for who will walk out as World Champions, but with the post season that both teams have had, as fans we are very excited as this could be one of the best and most memorable World Series in a long time. The Royals Cinderella Story and the Giants’ dramatic wins on their road to the World Series, can leave us hoping to see a great series.

MLB Betting lines for the World Series will be posted soon, so keep an eye out for them. For the moment, as most Giants fans will probably will do, keep watching Travis Ishikawa’s homer on loop on the internet. It will excite you.

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