Game 6, 5:07 pm FS1. Royals lead 3-2.
|Ben Revere - LF||Alcides Escobar - SS|
|Josh Donaldson - 3B||Ben Zobrist - 2B|
|Jose Bautista - RF||Lorenzo Cain - CF|
|Edwin Encarnacion - DH||Eric Hosmer - 1B|
|Chris Colabello - 1B||Kendrys Morales - DH|
|Troy Tulowitzki - SS||Mike Moustakas - 3B|
|Russell Martin - C||Salvador Perez - C|
|Kevin Pillar - CF||Alex Gordon - LF|
|Ryan Goins - 2B||Alex Rios - RF|
This one could be interesting. Not that there are exactly many dull Game 6's when you come to Championship Series, since they either set up a Game 7, or someone goes home. But this one will be a rematch of Game 2, where David Price cruised into the seventh inning, pitching a shutout and holding onto a three-run lead, only to melt down, being charged with five runs there as he retired only two batters, Considering how good he had been for the Blue Jays previously this year, I'm sure he's glad they won their first elimination game on Wednesday, and give him a shot at redemption here.
The Royals, however, will be keen to clinch their place in the World Series, alongside the New York Mets.
Making consecutive trips to the World Series isn't something we have seen very often of late. The Rangers managed it in 2010-11, but they and the Phillies (2008-09) are the only ones since we ended the Yankees run of dominance in 2001. But I'll be pulling for the Blue Jays here, simply because there's nothing like a Game 7, where BOTH sides have elimination on the line.