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Kansas City ended a 30-year wait for a World Series title as the Royals reigned over Major League baseball with a 7-2, 12-inning victory over the New York Mets Sunday.A pinch-hit single by utility infielder Christian Colon scored the go-ahead run off reliever Addison Reed in the 12th and the Royals added four more runs in the inning as they captured the best-of-seven series 4-1 .Perez hit a grounder to third baseman David Wright, who bluffed Hosmer back toward the bag before throwing on to first base for the out.But as soon as Wright released the ball, Hosmer broke for home and first baseman Lucas Duda's throw to the plate came in wide as Hosmer slid in safely to tie the game.
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