When they visit the @Royals tonight, the @SFGiants will begin their quest for a third @MLB World Series win in five seasons, while Kansas City will try to #TakeTheCrown for the first time since 1985. Let Twitter be your home for everything on and off the diamond during the seven-game series.
Join the conversation
The best way to stay connected to the World Series is to follow @MLB for highlights, score updates, analysis and behind-the-scenes photos and videos. You’ll also want to jump into the conversation with the #WorldSeries hashtag, which is also prominently displayed along the dugouts in each stadium.
This year, fans can see all the key moments within their Twitter timelines. @MLB has partnered with Samsung to deliver the best in-game highlights from each game in real time.
The @Royals haven’t lost a game yet this postseason, and are trying to win their first championship in 29 years. Kansas City defeated the @Athletics in the #WildCard game, the @Angels in the #ALDS and swept the @Orioles in the #ALCS.
The Giants are asking fans to tweet photos wearing their Giants colors:
The @SFGiants have taken a similar path to the #WorldSeries, defeating the @Pirates in the #WildCard game, the @Nationals in the #ALDS and the @Cardinals 4-1 in the #NCLS. When Giants left fielder Travis Ishikawa hit a dramatic series-clinching walk-off home run last Thursday to win the #NCLS for his team, fans turned to Twitter:
This collection showcases Tweets from teams, players and celebrities building up to the Series:
Follow the #WorldSeries official broadcaster
@FOXSports will offer fans game analysis on Twitter using the hashtag #JABO. FOX will also ask fans at the games in Kansas City and San Francisco to Tweet their @Vine highlights from the stadiums using the hashtag #SocialHighlight. The best content will be featured in a post game segment on @FOXSports1.
Who’s winning the Twitter battle?
If the 2014 #WorldSeries winner was determined by #postseason chatter, Kansas City would win it: the @Royals Twitter handle has been mentioned more than @SFGiants handle on Twitter since the @MLB#Postseason began on Sept. 30th.
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