Despite worry, All-Star Game voting is validated

Baseball can claim victory, a good All-Star starting lineup selected with — by far — the biggest voter “turnout” in history and the biggest voting discussion in at least 58 years. For a sport in need of buzz and creating younger fans, this is a terrific outcome. For the Royals, this is more about hometown support, and less about hijacking the system.

World Soccer

FC Kansas City players cheer on teammates who won Women’s World Cup title

FC Kansas City’s Lauren Holiday scored once as the United States beat Japan 5-2 to win the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Sunday in Vancouver, British Columbia. Holiday’s Blues teammates shared in the victory, watching the match with thousands of soccer fans in the Kansas City Live courtyard in the Power & Light District.

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