Game 2 of the World Series hinged on the decisions of both managers in the middle innings. Ned Yost and Bruce Bochy had decisions to make in the fateful sixth inning of last night’s series-evening 7-2 win by the Kansas City Royals over the San Francisco Giants. They had to decide at which point to remove their starting pitcher and go to the bullpen.
In this game, though, a World Series game, each and every plate appearance can mean the difference between winning and losing.
Last night, in what can only be described as a shocking turn of events, it was Yost who pushed all the right buttons and Bochy who made some critical errors that allowed Kansas City to put five runs on the board in the sixth.
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