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Royals advance to World Series {Media Watch}

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Crown these Royals the American League champions.

After nearly three decades spent trying to return to the playoffs, Kansas City is taking its perfect postseason ride all the way to the World Series.

With more dominant defense, an opportunistic offense that plated two runs in the first inning, and a bullpen that shut down the Baltimore Orioles once again, Greg Holland and the wild-card Royals wrapped up a sweep of the AL Championship Series with a 2-1 victory on Wednesday.

Next stop: The Royals' first Fall Classic since 1985. They'll face the winner of the NLCS between the Giants and Cardinals. San Francisco leads that series 2-1.

"It's been an amazing run. This is great," said left fielder Alex Gordon, who made another jarring catch. "We've been playing pretty good baseball. It's nothing better than when you win. Today, same old story: good pitching, good defense and scratch out a win."

Outfielder Lorenzo Cain was selected MVP of the ALCS, batting .533 and leading an outstanding defense.

After holding the Orioles to three hits in Game 3 on Tuesday night, Jason Vargas and the Royals bullpen nearly turned the trick again. Kelvin Herrera and Wade Davis ushered the game to Holland, who matched Dennis Eckersley's record by saving his fourth game of the best-of-seven series.

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Vikings Exclude Peterson From Team Activities{Mediawatch}

Minnesota Vikings’ running back Adrian Peterson will be excluded from the National Football League team’s activities as public pressure forced the club to reverse a plan to allow him to prepare for its next game.

Peterson -- who was was indicted on a charge of hitting his four-year-old son with a branch -- will be placed on the Exempt/Commissioner’s permission list. That will allow him to “take care of his personal situation” until legal proceedings are resolved, the Vikings said in a statement on their website.

Peterson, a two-time rushing champion and the NFL’s 2012 Most Valuable Player, used a switch -- a thin branch or stick used for corporal punishment -- to discipline his son, defense lawyer Rusty Hardin said Sept. 12.

Hardin added in a statement that Peterson was a “loving father” who had received such punishment while growing up in East Texas. Peterson’s attorney said the 2013 allegation, involving another 4-year-old with a different mother, was “simply not true.”

The 29-year-old was held out of this past weekend’s game, but was scheduled to participate in practices and meetings this week and play in Minnesota’s game Sept. 21 at New Orleans.

Yesterday, the Radisson hotel chain suspended a sponsorship deal with the Vikings. A day earlier, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton said that Peterson’s actions were “a public embarrassment to the Vikings organization and the state of Minnesota” and called on the team to ban Peterson until his child-abuse case is resolved.

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