MLB Playoffs 2015 Live Stream & Score: Blue Jays vs Royals

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The Toronto Blue Jays are just one loss away from elimination, while the Kansas City Royals are just one win away from their second straight world series appearance. Who will win this game?

Perceived to be one of the most interesting matches in the Playoffs, the Blue Jays will take on the Royals for Game 6 of the LACS on Friday. And knowing their standings’ background, this is going to be one great game.

The HNGN post suggests that the Royals are already feeling the pressure as the series goes to Game 6 and Game 7 of the ALCS. The Royals posted a 3-1 lead against the Jays with a 14-2 victory, but that deficit was cut short to 3-2 last Wednesday.

“We’re excited to go home,” says Royals’ pitcher Danny Duffy. “We wish we could have got it done today, but we didn’t”.

First baseman Eric Hosmer exclaims, ”Nothing but positivity, We’ve got a 3-2 lead and we’re heading back to Kansas City. That’s where we play our best baseball, so everyone is still feeling pretty good.”

And the one man who troubled the Royals following his 7.2 innings of three-hit baseball, Marco Estrada is raring to go. He thanks the fans and says, “It’s a great game. The fans gave me all the energy I needed, all the adrenaline I needed. I was shaking on the mound, I had so much adrenaline going. I wasn’t nervous. I just had a lot of adrenaline going, and it helped me pitch today. I located early on, and that’s really been my biggest issue, is not locating early on. Today I had everything going, had a little bump at the end, but we got it done.”

According to Bleacher Reports, even the Blue Jays coach John Gibbons didn’t miss the chance of crediting his starter. Gibbons praised Estrada saying he is the master in what he does and has moved the team through many a times.


ALCS Schedule

Game 6

Toronto at Kansas City

Oct. 23, Friday

8 PM, ET

Game 7 (If necessary)

Toronto at Kansas City

Oct. 24, Saturday

8 PM, ET

Live Stream: FOX SPORTS

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