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  • Yordano Ventura in his own words: 'Proud to be on Kansas City's team'

    Yordano Ventura was full of life as he pitched for the Kansas City Royals, from his start as a 16-year-old prospect to the team winning the World Series championship in 2015. His joy for the game made him a fan favorite, and made his death Sunday night in a car wreck in his native Dominican Republic all the more painful.

Yordano Ventura was full of life as he pitched for the Kansas City Royals, from his start as a 16-year-old prospect to the team winning the World Series championship in 2015. His joy for the game made him a fan favorite, and made his death Sunday night in a car wreck in his native Dominican Republic all the more painful. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
Yordano Ventura was full of life as he pitched for the Kansas City Royals, from his start as a 16-year-old prospect to the team winning the World Series championship in 2015. His joy for the game made him a fan favorite, and made his death Sunday night in a car wreck in his native Dominican Republic all the more painful. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

Royals announce plans for tribute to Yordano Ventura at FanFest

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