Crowds far exceeded the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority’s expectations. One fan, wanting a better view of the stage at Union Station, climbed a light pole and waited for the Royals to arrive Tuesday afternoon.
Crowds far exceeded the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority’s expectations. One fan, wanting a better view of the stage at Union Station, climbed a light pole and waited for the Royals to arrive Tuesday afternoon. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Crowds far exceeded the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority’s expectations. One fan, wanting a better view of the stage at Union Station, climbed a light pole and waited for the Royals to arrive Tuesday afternoon. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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