Salvador Perez (right) posted G-rated locker-room videos of Lorenzo Cain, one of the many ways the Royals have endeared themselves to their fans. The two joked recently at Camden Yards in Baltimore.
Salvador Perez (right) posted G-rated locker-room videos of Lorenzo Cain, one of the many ways the Royals have endeared themselves to their fans. The two joked recently at Camden Yards in Baltimore. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Salvador Perez (right) posted G-rated locker-room videos of Lorenzo Cain, one of the many ways the Royals have endeared themselves to their fans. The two joked recently at Camden Yards in Baltimore. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

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    Loyal customers gathered early Wednesday outside of John's Space Age Donut Shop in Overland Park, to get a few apple fritters before the shop closes its' door for good after 50 years in business. The shop, which opened in1967 at 8124 Floyd St., will close permanently after their baking supplies run out, which likely will be sometime in the next week. The owners John and Brenda Taylor are "hanging up the towel and heading to the next phase of their lives," according to their son, Josh Taylor, who grew up in the donut shop.