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Kansas City Royals won the World Series 2015

Pinch-hitter Christian Colon hit RBI single in the top of the twelfth entry and runner Jarrod Dyson scored the go-ahead of Kansas City, which were imposed by 7-2 New York Mets in the fifth game of the World Series champions and new "Fall Classic" is proclaimed.

The Royals, who rallied from 0-2 in the top of the ninth inning to tie 2-2 slate, and made cluster of five runs in the twelfth 4-1 to win the best of seven series, and they got the first title of the "Fall Classic" for the first time since 1985 after last year they lost 3-4 in the series against the San Francisco Giants.

After simple Columbus came an RBI double from Alcides Escobar who led his partner to register for the 4-2 and outfielder Lorenzo Cain followed with another extra base that wiped the pads for the final 7-2.

Cain timely hitting led the Royals to go 5-2 with three RBIs and a touchdown.

The Royals beat the twelfth episode four hits, including two doubles, and produced five runs.

The champions of the National League were six "outs" of being eliminated in the division series against the Houston Astros, they returned to complete another miraculous comeback that has become the symbol of the team throughout the tournament.

The Royals winning formula again a great defense, aggressive attack and for the seventh time in the final phase of adverse markers returned at least two runs to win.

Fight reliever Hochevar (1-0), who pitched two perfect innings took the win, while the defeat was also reliever Addison Reed (0-1) to which he was made the cluster of five races defined new title of the Royals.

Closer Wade Davis was in charge of taking the last three "outs" allowed the game with a hit and three strikeouts.

Starters, Edinson Volquez, who returned with the Royals after attending the funeral of his father who died in his native land, a no-decision to work six innings, spaced two hits with two runs, one was clean, gave five walks and struck out five batters.

The law also Matt Harvey could not take the win despite pitched eight scoreless innings, but Mets manager Terry Collins decided to keep it on the mound in the ninth and could not take the first "out" and left two runners which were based in the end scored the tying runs for the Royals.

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