Five Royals left as starters in All-Star Game voting

The final update of American League votes for next month’s All-Star Game was released on Monday, and there are just five Royals in line to start. That, of course, is down from eight starters a mere two weeks ago when baseball fans across the nation cried foul.

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Royals are bloodied, bruised but still keep finding ways to win

This is the Royals right now. Banged up, probably tired, and can’t wait to play again. Oh, and winning. Steady winning. The Royals completed a three-game sweep of the previously hot A’s in Oakland with their center fielder, shortstop and first baseman hurt. Also, closer Greg Holland was unavailable after saves the last two days.

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Rolling Stones give a big Arrowhead Stadium crowd a show for the ages

When it comes to the Rolling Stones, you can put aside all the jokes about age and senior citizenship, about walkers and hip replacements. Yes, they’ve been a band for 53 years. Yes, the four members are a combined 284 years old. And, yes, their lead singer is a great-grandfather. But Saturday night at Arrowhead Stadium, the Stones proved demonstrably that rock and roll is more about spirit than age and they can still be as fierce as any rock band on earth.

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