Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #50 – #46.

There’s so much awesomeness in the Top 50 that going forward, I’ll be posting articles five Moments at a time instead of ten so that you can savor them all the more. In this batch alone we have the most dominant inning in Royals postseason history, two improbable RBI singles…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #50 – #46.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #60 – #51.

This set of ten Moments includes the second-biggest stolen base of Jarrod Dyson’s career – which means it’s the second-biggest stolen base in Royals history – a pair of huge leadoff at-bats from Alcides Escobar, two game-tying hits, four at-bats that gave the Royals the lead, and a curtain call.…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #60 – #51.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #70 – #61.

This set of ten Moments includes two key moments in a five-run inning against David Price, two enormous strikeouts with a pair of men on base, two huge plate appearances from the 8th inning of the Wild Card Game, the first three at-bats of the Miracle at Minute Maid, and…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #70 – #61.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #80 – #71.

This set of ten Moments commences with the most important wild pitch in franchise history, continues with a handful of iconic defensive plays, wraps up with a pair of game-icing home runs, and concludes with an event so unlikely it nearly broke the space-time continuum. And we still have 70…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #80 – #71.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #90 – #81.

This group of Moments include a pair of wild and memorable defensive plays, three tie-breaking home runs, and the wingmen in some of the most important rallies of the last two years. And we’re still not in the Top 80. Moment #: 90 Date: October 2, 2014 Game: 2014 ALDS…
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Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #100 – #91.

We have entered the Halls of Valhalla now, the sacred resting place of the 100 best moments of the past two years. If you’re a Royals fan, there is no excuse for not remembering every one of these plays. Fortunately this link will always be here to remind you. Moment…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #100 – #91.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #110 – #101.

We’re almost in the exalted air of the Top 100 now, and in complete honesty, it’s almost unbelievable to me that these moments are not among the 100 best Moments of the last two years. There are fan bases that would kill to have had any of these moments in…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #110 – #101.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #120 – #111.

This (stuff) – as the Kansas City Star would transcribe it – is starting to get real. Some tie-breaking hits, some crucial insurance runs, and three clinching moments in this set of ten, and we’re not even to the halfway point in this series. Moment #: 120 Date: October 2,…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #120 – #111.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #130 – #121.

These ten plays include some terrific defensive plays, the inciting plays for the biggest inning in Royals postseason history, and conclude with the greatest back-to-back exhibits of speed I have ever seen on a baseball diamond. We’ve climbed into lofty territory now, even if we’re not even halfway home. Moment…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #130 – #121.

Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #140 – #131.

We continue our journey into rarefied territory with a group of ten plays that were not only dramatic in their moment, but set up even more dramatic Moments later in the game. Moment #: 140 Date: October 23, 2015 Game: 2015 ALCS Game 6, vs. Toronto Blue Jays Score: Toronto…
Source: Top Moments of the 2014-2015 Kansas City Royals: #140 – #131.