Kansas City Royals Baseball Gifts
Kansas City Royals - America's Team!
The Kansas City Royals are getting ready for the World Series. This team's run to the World Series has all the attributes of a great American comeback story. Read The Atlantic article below. But this is not just about the Kansas City Royals. It's about Kansas City History.
"The Royals are also a great story because they play an unusual, exciting, nostalgia-tinged brand of baseball."
Are you a baseball fan? Do you love the Kansas City Royals Baseball Team? Kansas Citians love their team and are really excited that the team is having a great season.
"Congrats Royals from your friends and an incredibly proud KC community!"
Are you looking for a new Royals Baseball Hat? Do you collect baseball cards? Check out the cards listed on this page from eBay.
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Photo credit Turner Kansas City Royals Paper Cube available at Amazon
MLB Kansas City Royals Home Replica Baseball Women's Jersey,
Newspapers from Seattle to Washington, D.C. have dubbed KC “America's Team.” Even overseas, The Independent (UK) noted that America is "falling in love with the Royals."
Are You A KC Royals Fan?
Are You A KC Royals Fan?
The Royals are also a great story because they play an unusual, exciting, nostalgia-tinged brand of baseball. With the fewest home runs of any team in the majors, they are the epitome of “small ball,” winning with speed, pitching, timely hitting, and ridiculously good defense. Manufacturing runs from what feels like thin air, their style hearkens to a better kind of baseball, before steroids warped the game, erasing so much of its subtlety.— The Atlantic
Royals Right Fielder Nori Aoki
- Asia-KC: Royals Right Fielder Nori Aoki
Norichika Aoki, the Japanese professional baseball outfielder for the *pennant-winning* Kansas City Royals. "Nori" Aoki, No. 23 right fielder, helped take the Royals to the World Series!
Aoki Saves The Royals
The Baseball Cap
"The baseball cap is a part of the traditional baseball uniform worn by players, with the brim pointing forward to shield the eyes from the sun."
But the cap is not limited to the field. It is often seen in everyday casual wear by men, women and kids.
Mike Moustakas Diving Catch in the Stands - Game 3 ALCS
Local Fan John Leslie Long Video "Royals"
The video below was posted on YouTube in March of 2014. It's a parody of the hit pop song by Lorde called "Royals" written with Major League Baseball in mind. Go Royals! Lyrics can be seen on the YouTube page. Just click the bottom right corner of the video to go there↓
This fan is saying Believe
"We create a different kind of buzz.
We will be your rulers
Kings of the MLB
And baby we'll rule, we'll rule, we'll rule, we'll rule
It's not just a fantasy"
Lorde - "Royals" Parody | Kansas City "Royals"
The first postseason since 1985 for the KC Royals
Kansas City Royals pop champagne to celebrate playoff
Catch This While You Can
Pictures relate to '85 World Series
T-Shirts For Fans
KC Royals are going to the World Series! Show your support!
Kansas Citians love to wear t-shirts for their favorite sports teams. You can order your Royals t-shirts by clicking this link.
We have a winning baseball team!! #Royals
More Royals Info
- The Official Site of The Kansas City Royals | royals.com: Homepage
Major League Baseball
MLB Royals Garden Gnomes
Show your team spirit to your friends and neighbors with one of these delightful garden gnomes!
Greg Holland Delivery Man of the Month for July 2013
MLB Press Release
Royals closer Greg Holland was named the Major League Baseball Delivery Man of the Month for July, 2013. Holland led the Majors with 11 saves during July, 2013,
Holland became the second Royals pitcher to win the award joining Joakim Soria, who received the award in September 2008 and September 2009."
According to mlb.com this Major League Baseball award recognizes the most outstanding relief pitcher during each month of the regular season as voted on by a panel from Major League Baseball.
Photo of Kansas City Royals catcher Brayan Pena (27) and relief pitcher Greg Holland (56) is from the Kansas City Royals at Baltimore Orioles game on May 26, 2011. Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.
Shortstop Alcides Escobar - by Keith Allison
Kansas City Major League Baseball All Star Game - THE ALL-STAR EDITION: It was the biggest event to hit Kansas City in decades, until NOW
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