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Royals' resilience key to winning World Series (2:06)

The Baseball Tonight crew examines what stood out to them from the Royals' players this postseason en route to winning the World Series. (2:06)

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Should the Mets have kept Harvey in? (1:33)

Curt Schilling and Chris Archer say the Mets mishandled their decision to keep Matt Harvey in for the ninth inning after New York's pitching coach initially told Harvey he was being pulled. (1:33)

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Royals turn in all-around impressive effort in World Series (1:35)

The Baseball Tonight crew breaks down how the Royals were able to defeat the Mets in the World Series. (1:35)

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Volquez: My dad was behind me (1:41)

Royals pitcher Edinson Volquez joins Aaron Boone to break down the pivotal situation in the sixth inning when the Mets were limited to score only one run and how his family supported him in pitching this game. (1:41)

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Salvador Perez named World Series MVP (1:46)

Royals catcher Salvador Perez joins Aaron Boone to discuss winning the World Series MVP. (1:46)

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Harvey: 'Unfortunately I couldn't finish what I started' (1:54)

Mets pitcher Matt Harvey gives his perspective on the ninth inning of Game 5 of the World Series and always wanting the ball in tough situations. (1:54)

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Zobrist: 'I'm so thankful to be a part of this' (1:00)

Royals 2B Ben Zobrtist describes his emotions after Kansas City wins their first World Series since 1985. (1:00)

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Colon: 'This is a moment I've been waiting for for a long time' (1:52)

Christian Colon joins Buster Olney to discuss driving in the winning run of the World Series. (1:52)

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Hosmer: I had to be aggressive (1:16)

Royals 1B Eric Hosmer describes his mindset in the ninth inning as he scored the game-tying run on a ground out. (1:16)