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If you've been eagerly awaiting to hear something new from One Direction, you're in luck: the band today announced their On the Road Again Tour dates for 2015.

The boys will launch their new tour in July 2015 in San Diego, CA, then visit states across the country before concluding in Boston, MA, in September 2015. But let's be real: with a new album on the way, more dates are probably on the horizon.

See below for tour dates and visit the One Direction page for more information on tickets.

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World Series 2014: Is Game 2 is a must-win for the Royals?

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The 2014 World Series began last night with Game 1 in Kansas City. After just five batters, the Giants already had a 3-0 lead and never looked back, taking a one game to none lead in the series. For the Royals, losing the first game of the World Series hurt, but would losing Game 2 be the death-blow to their chances of being crowned champions?

Yes - Game 2 is a must-win for the Royals

No one wants to lose the first two games of a postseason series, but losing them on your home field hurts even more. The Royals have the home-field advantage in the series thanks to the American League's win in this season's All-Star Game (a ridiculous reason, but that's a discussion for a different day), and if they lose Game 2, that will completely blow a great opportunity. San Francisco's AT&T Stadium is one of the toughest stadiums to play in for a road team in Major League Baseball, and winning at least two games there would be a tough task.

Since the league went to the 2-3-2 format for the World Series, there have been 13 teams that lost the first two games of the series at home. Of those teams, eight of them ended up getting swept and only three ended up going on to win the series.

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If you're anything like me, then you probably know nothing about sports. Like, nothing might even be a generous descriptor. But today, you probably know something is happening — the World Series is happening, in fact. And if you don't want to be left out of the conversation, then you should figure out a way to be part of the conversation.

As someone who knows absolutely nothing about baseball, I can't give you much. But I can give you some really basic facts, and then a few silly ways to decide who you're going to root for. Ready?

What to know

  • Game 1 is tonight. It starts at 8 p.m. EST.
  • Two teams will play: Royals vs. Giants.
  • This match-up is kind of weird. Nobody predicted it.

Reasons to root for the Royals

  • They haven't even made it to the World Series since their 1985 win.
  • Their colors are blue and white, which has a nice collegiate feel to them.
  • Paul Rudd is a Royals fan.
  • You can sing Lorde's song "Royals" in your head every time you think of this team.

Reasons to root for the Giants

  • It would be really cool for them to keep up the every-other-year winning thing they've got going on. They won in 2010 and 2012.
  • Their colors are orange and black, which is like a tigers, and tigers are fun.
  • Usually when people mention the Giants, they're talking about the football team, so in a way, these guys are kind of an underdog.
  • San Francisco is probably a cool city.

It's not scientific... but you have a 50/50 chance of rooting for the winning team, so pick one and go for it. Good luck!

4 Perks of Selling Tickets on TicketNetwork.com

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Although it doesn't happen often, sometimes we do things other than write blog posts about Beyoncé. Like re-launch our Consumer Ticket-Selling Program, which allows regular people like you to sell their event tickets. Whatevs, no big deal.

But in case you're curious about That Other Stuff We Do Besides Writing About Beyoncé, we've got four perks of selling your tickets through our site! (Otherwise, feel free to resume your regularly-scheduled Beyoncé reading duties.)

#1 -- It's an easy way to make extra money.

We could all use a few extra bucks here and there. Selling tickets is a nice way to do that! We only take a 10% commission from each sale.

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This week, the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants advanced to the World Series. While the Giants have played in the World Series several times in recent memory, including two wins (in 2010 and 2012), the Royals haven't made it to the World Series since their 1985 win. So, you know, it's been a while, which means Royals fans are pretty excited about their team's victory, including Paul Rudd. Rudd, who was at Wednesday's game, was interviewed by reporters and said he'd be celebrating by throwing a party at his mom's. If you're not a Royals or Giants fan, then that party at Paul Rudd's mom's house is probably the most exciting thing about this news.

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