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This woman thinks she has a shiny new souvenir baseball, until the kid in blue sneaks in and steals it from her. Now he’ll take it back to Fagin with all of the handkerchiefs and watches he’s nipped.
Hooray! Farm day at the ballpark. We run down a few other potential intra-city rivalries and their corresponding promos after the jump.
The Royals and Cardinals played an eight-hour game on Thursday — including more than five hours of rain delay and at least one quite spectacular lightning strike on the St. Louis Arch. Zeus approves. Video following the jump.
In which umpire Paul Emmel calls the Indians’ Lonnie Chisenhall out on strikes, even though the count, in reality, is full.
This ball boy does not have the same, um, “set of excuses” as his female spring training counterparts. Next time you want to get into a Kansas City Royals game, dude, just ask. A video comparison of Hooters and non-Hooters related sports bloopers after the jump.
The Winning Powerball Numbers Matched The Numbers Of Six Kansas City Royals Greats, May Be Royals’ Greatest Success In Years
The winner of the second largest Powerball jackpot in American history is a Missouri native and a fan of the Kansas City Royals. Except this story isn’t about Mark Hill, the man who bought one of two winning tickets at a gas station in Dearborn, Mo. It’s about the numbers he chose.
Handcuffs Is The Reward For Diving Into The Kauffman Stadium Fountain And Grabbing Adam Dunn’s 400th Career Home Run Ball
Alright, so “dive” might not exactly be the right word. Flails-trips-stumbles over the fence fits a bit better. In any case, Adam Dunn hit a 428-foot, two-run home run last night in the top of the eighth inning, the 400th of his career, to cut the Kansas City lead to 5-4. Understandably, that’s a milestone home run ball he’d probably like to keep.