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Early appearance for Herrera

This is the fourth time Kelvin Herrera has pitched in the sixth inning this postseason -- he did it only seven times during the entire regular season.

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Dyson Replaces Aoki In K.C. Outfield

It has been a rough World Series for Nori Aoki, who is 0-for-7 at the plate and has also struggled in right field.

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Yordano Ventura has thrown 56 fastballs out of 78 pitches in his first five innings of work. All five of his hits allowed have been off his fastballs.

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BRINGING THE HEAT IN OCTOBER

The temperature may have cooled, but Yordano Ventura's fastball is hot. Through four innings, his fastball has averaged 96.5 MPH, a shade below his 2014 average of 96.8.

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Game 2 Pitch Counts

Pitch counts through 4 innings: Jake Peavy -- 49; Yordano Ventura -- 64. Giants 2, Royals 2

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With just seven pitches -- four fastballs, two curves and a changeup -- Jake Peavy sets the Royals down in order in the fourth inning.

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Sandoval's streak hits 25

With Pablo Sandoval's double in the fourth, he reaches base in his 25th straight postseason game, third-most all-time and the best current active streak.

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Panda Loves The Big Stage

Pablo Sandoval's World Series numbers since start of 2012 Fall Classic: Hitting a cool .478 (11-for-23) with 3 HR, 5 R and 6 RBI.

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Giants tie it up at 2

Norichika Aoki misplays the ball in right, but it doesn't matter as Pablo Sandoval still easily scores on Brandon Belt's double down the right-field line.

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Peavy Settles In

After allowing a run in each of the first two innings, Jake Peavy retired the Royals in order in the third. He's at 42 pitches so far in Game 2.

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The Royals are hitting just .209 so far this World Series, but lead 2-1 tonight through three innings. Listen LIVE

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Hosmer dives for second out

Eric Hosmer with a dive to the right, scrambles back to his feet, and dives to tap first base with his glove a step ahead of the sprinting Gregor Blanco. Two outs in the third.

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