Dan Neisess runs the gift shop under “the tallest thermometer in the world” in Baker, Calif. He said the Star’s team could count on finding tons of Royals fans in Los Angeles, where people root for the Angels or Dodgers and tend to hate the Giants.
Dan Neisess runs the gift shop under “the tallest thermometer in the world” in Baker, Calif. He said the Star’s team could count on finding tons of Royals fans in Los Angeles, where people root for the Angels or Dodgers and tend to hate the Giants. The Kansas City Star MONTY DAVIS
Dan Neisess runs the gift shop under “the tallest thermometer in the world” in Baker, Calif. He said the Star’s team could count on finding tons of Royals fans in Los Angeles, where people root for the Angels or Dodgers and tend to hate the Giants. The Kansas City Star MONTY DAVIS
Reporting Live: #RoyalsOdyssey to San Francisco

Reporting Live: #RoyalsOdyssey to San Francisco

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#RoyalsOdyssey: In a Mojave Desert town, we get the lowdown on California

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