Baseball players always remove their caps as a sign of respect while the national anthem is played. Royals Eric Hosmer (from left), Jeremy Guthrie and Drew Butera removed their hats before a game in May.
Baseball players always remove their caps as a sign of respect while the national anthem is played. Royals Eric Hosmer (from left), Jeremy Guthrie and Drew Butera removed their hats before a game in May. JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM
Baseball players always remove their caps as a sign of respect while the national anthem is played. Royals Eric Hosmer (from left), Jeremy Guthrie and Drew Butera removed their hats before a game in May. JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM
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Timothy Finn blogs about Kansas City's music scene

Give the fans their voice in the national anthem

November 07, 2015 02:00 AM

UPDATED November 07, 2015 06:47 PM

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