World Series 2014: Kansas City Royals win takes series to decider

Kansas City Royals
The Royals 10-0 win takes the World Series to a decider

The Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 10-0 to take the World Series to a deciding game.

Seven shutout innings from rookie pitcher Yordano Ventura, 23, saw the home side to a comprehensive win.

Ventura wore a tribute on his cap for Dominican compatriot Oscar Taveras, the St. Louis Cardinals outfielder who was killed in a car accident on Sunday.

The Royals win means the 162-game season comes down to one decisive game on Wednesday in Kansas City.

Yordano Ventura
Pitcher Yordano Ventura wore a tribute to St Louis Cardinals' Oscar Taveras on his cap

Royals manager Ned Yost said Ventura did well to keep control of his emotions after the weekend's tragedy.

"You've got a 23-year-old kid in the biggest game this stadium has seen in 29 years," he said.

"You can't get in a bigger stage then he was on and to perform the way that he did was special."

World Series 2014 (home team listed first)
Game 1: Kansas City Royals 1-7 San Francisco Giants
Game 2: Kansas City Royals 7-2 San Francisco Giants
Game 3: San Francisco Giants 2-3 Kansas City Royals
Game 4: San Francisco Giants 11-4 Kansas City Royals
Game 5: San Francisco Giants 5-0 Kansas City Royals
Game 6: Kansas City Royals 10-0 San Francisco Giants
Game 7: Kansas City Royals v San Francisco Giants (29 October)