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Red Sox vs. Yankees: Score and Twitter Reaction from 2016 Regular Season

The Boston Red Sox avoided getting swept Sunday by taking down the rival New York Yankees 5-1 on Mother's Day behind some phenomenal pitching.  

Steven Wright continues to be a revelation for Boston. The 31-year-old knuckleballer breezed through the night, allowing just one run and three hits to throw his first career complete game. Wright is now 3-3 with a sparkling 1.52 ERA.

Mets vs. Royals: Score and Twitter Reaction from 2016 MLB Opening Night

Edinson Volquez threw six scoreless innings, and the Kansas City Royals held off a late rally by the New York Mets in a World Series rematch to win 4-3 at Kauffman Stadium on Sunday.

Rays vs. Cuba: Score, Highlights, Twitter Reaction from 2016 MLB Spring Training

The Tampa Bay Rays became the first Major League Baseball team in 17 years to play a game in Cuba, defeating the national team, 4-1, in an exhibition in Havana on Tuesday. 

James Loney provided the fireworks on the field, driving in three runs for the Rays, two coming on this home run in the top of the fourth inning, as Baseball Tonight highlighted:

Mets vs. Royals: Breakdown and Top Player Quotes from 2015 World Series

Honoring the late Yogi Berra's legacy, the Kansas City Royals constantly proved it ain't over till it's over. The New York Mets led all five games of 2015's MLB World Series, but Kansas City kept earning the last laugh, securing its first championship in 30 years.

Mets vs. Royals: Stats and Trends That Decided 2015 World Series

The relentless Kansas City Royals earned their second World Series title in a convincing five-game triumph over the New York Mets thanks to their own ability to come through at the plate in the late innings—and the Mets' failure to make plays when the game was on the line.

Royals Win 2015 World Series: Highlights, Twitter Reaction to Celebration

The Kansas City Royals' never-say-die attitude kept them alive throughout the postseason, and it helped them wrap up their first World Series title since 1985 with a 7-2 victory over the New York Mets on Sunday.

Another come-from-behind victory in Game 5—their eighth of the postseason—gave them a 4-1 series win over New York.

Royals vs. Mets: Game 5 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2015 World Series

Party like it's 1985, Kansas City.

The Kansas City Royals survived a 12-inning roller-coaster ride Sunday during Game 5 of the World Series against the New York Mets, emerging with a 7-2 victory to capture the franchise's first title in 30 years. The offense exploded for five runs in the top of the 12th and sent the Mets faithful streaming out of the Citi Field exits before closer Wade Davis officially shut the door on New York's season.

Royals vs. Mets: Game 4 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2015 World Series

The New York Mets were five outs away from tying the World Series at two games apiece, but disaster struck in the top of the eighth inning, and the Kansas City Royals captured a 5-3 Game 4 win Saturday at Citi Field. 

After reliever Tyler Clippard walked a pair of batters with one out, closer Jeurys Familia came in to face Eric Hosmer. The Royals slugger's softly hit ball slid under second baseman Daniel Murphy's glove, which allowed Ben Zobrist to score the tying run from second.

Royals vs. Mets Game 4: Live World Series Score and Highlights

The Kansas City Royals are one victory away from winning the 2015 World Series crown. For the second time this series, they orchestrated a late rally to upend the New York Mets, extending their lead to 3-1.

New York entered the eighth inning up 3-2, but Kansas City drew two walks off Tyler Clippard before a costly Daniel Murphy error squandered the lead. Two more hits off closer Jeurys Familia extended the edge to 5-3, which held up as the final score.

Royals vs. Mets: Game 3 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2015 World Series

The New York Mets bats fell silent in Game 2 of the World Series, but they made a serious racket in Friday's 9-3 Game 3 win over the Kansas City Royals at Citi Field. 

One game after mustering two hits against Johnny Cueto, the Mets offense came alive against Yordano Ventura. In 3.1 innings, Kansas City's starter surrendered seven hits and five earned runs, which proved to be all New York needed.


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