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This is the KCI parking lot where Randy Potter's body was found

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Mummies travel to St. Luke's Hospital for CT scan

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President Trump retweets mock GIF of him striking Clinton with golf ball

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Royals' Whit Merrifield visits kids at Ronald McDonald House

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Brandon Ellingson's dad reacts after trooper avoids trial

  • Kauffman Stadium's craziest new food options include an $18 funnel cake sandwich

    Royals fans have lots of new food options at The K in 2017. The craziest menu creations include a Sunrise Dog topped with bacon, gravy and a fried egg, and an $18 Pork Patty Melt with funnel cakes for buns.

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Good gravy: We tried Kauffman Stadium’s craziest new menu items, with mixed results

On opening day, we sampled two of the K’s crazy new menu creations — the Sunrise Dog and the Pork Patty Melt, a pulled pork sandwich with funnel cakes for buns. Both made USA Today’s list of the “craziest ballpark foods for the 2017 MLB season.”

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Kauffman Stadium boasts a rich and unusual history

Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals, continues to carry the name of Ewing Kauffman, the man who kept baseball in Kansas City. According to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Kauffman Stadium is the only American League stadium named after a person.

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Shawnee Mission South grad suits up to play for his childhood team

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AL Player of the Week: Royals' Eric Hosmer

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President Trump retweets mock GIF of him striking Clinton with golf ball 0:39

President Trump retweets mock GIF of him striking Clinton with golf ball

Three questions for Kansas City Royals fans

Kansas City Royals fans weigh in on the conversation when asked three questions about the team during the weekend Royals FanFest. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star
jsleezer@kcstar.com
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Three questions for Kansas City Royals fans

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Lawrence High School students stage sit-in to demand action

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Boost Mobile employee dies a hero

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This is the KCI parking lot where Randy Potter's body was found