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Royals 3, Giants 2: World Series 2014: Kansas City Royals Beat San Francisco Giants in Game 3

The Kansas City Royals took a two-games-to-one lead in the World Series over the Giants by sticking to their winning formula of quality starting pitching, sound defense and a dominant bullpen.


Royals edge Giants to take Series lead

The Kansas City Royals edged the San Francisco Giants 3-2 on Friday to grab the upper hand in the 110th World Series. The Royals won their second straight game to take a 2-1 lead in Major League Baseball's best-of-seven championship final, and will try to take a stranglehold on the series in game four on Saturday. Lorenzo Cain, Alex Gordon and Eric Hosmer all delivered run-scoring hits for the Royals.


Sports Briefing | hockey: Devils Lose to Stars in Shootout

Jason Spezza and Jamie Benn scored in a shootout, and the Dallas Stars beat the Devils, 3-2, in Newark to extend the Devils’ N.H.L. record for shootout losses to 18 straight.


Henley grabs lead at McGladrey Classic

American Russell Henley vaulted into the lead at the PGA Tour's McGladrey Classic after carding a seven-under 63 on Friday at the Seaside Course. Henley moved one shot in front of the field as he finished two rounds at nine-under-par 131. I got one or two nice breaks and felt good with the putter so it was a nice round," Henley said. Brian Harman, who shared the first-round lead with Erik Compton, Will Mackenzie and Michael Thompson, posted a three-under 67 in round two.


Joe Maddon ends decade-long Rays tenure

Joe Maddon, who led Tampa Bay Rays to a World Series berth in 2008, has stepped down after almost a decade at the helm, the Major League Baseball club said. The long-time manager's exit came after Maddon exercised an opt-out clause in his contract. The 60-year-old presided over the Rays during their most successful period in the franchise's 17-year history. It followed the departure of longtime executive Andrew Friedman, who was hired by the Los Angeles Dodgers last week.