Greatest Royals Plays Baby Bodysuit: 14 inning battle (2015)

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Relive one of the greatest moments in Kansas City baseball history with this wonderfully soft infant bodysuit:

2015 World Series: Game 1
14 inning battle
Kansas City vs New York
5 - 4
27 October, 2015
A single by Mike Moustakas tied the game at three, but in the top of the eighth, Wilmer Flores reached on an fielding error by Hosmer, allowing Juan Lagares to score the go-ahead run and give the Mets a 4–3 lead. Alex Gordon tied the game for the Royals with a home run in the bottom of the ninth inning, as Jeurys Familia blew his first save in six opportunities this postseason. In the bottom of the 14th inning, Escobar reached first base on a throwing error by David Wright, and Bartolo Colón gave up a base hit to Ben Zobrist, allowing Escobar to reach third base. Hosmer hit a sacrifice fly to Granderson in right field to drive in the winning run. The game ended at 1:18 AM EDT, lasting five hours and nine minutes.[30] The game tied the record for the longest game by innings in World Series history, shared with Game 2 in 1916 and Game 3 in 2005.[31] The loss made Colón the oldest man ever to lose a World Series game.

Nothing matters more to a baby than comfort, and that's why this baby one piece is the right choice for any active baby. The enveloped neckline and three snap leg closure makes it perfect for everyday use, while the soft and light cotton serves as a blank canvas for your designs. - 100% combed and ring-spun cotton - Fabric weight: 3.9 oz/y² (132.2 g/m²) - Envelope neckline - Three snap leg closure - Side-seamed


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