Royals are back in Kansas City hoping to stay in the World Series
KANSAS CITY - It's now or never for the Kansas City Royals in game six of the World Series.
The Royals are behind 3 to 2 overall in the series, so they have to win Tuesday night to play for the title.
Miles Figg grew up as "the lone Royals fan in his friend group" in Jefferson City and recently became a Royals season ticket holder. He said he's been to all the home games since the World Series started and has loved watching the team with his friends.
"It has been absolutely incredible," Figg said. "Just magical. This is what baseball is all about. Being able to watch your team play in deep October is just incredible."
As far as Tuesday's game goes, Figg said the team has history on its side, so he's not worried.
"In all reality, in 1985 the series was 3 and 2 when we were playing the Cardinals, and we came back and won then," Figg said. "So I've got a lot of faith. I trust the ball in Ventura's hands. It's gonna be good."
Yordano Ventura is a starting pitcher in Tuesday night's game. The game tonight at Kauffman Stadium is set for 7:07 pm.