After beating the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1985 World Series, the Royals slipped to a 76-86 record in 1985.
After beating the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1985 World Series, the Royals slipped to a 76-86 record in 1985. Kansas City Star file photo
After beating the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1985 World Series, the Royals slipped to a 76-86 record in 1985. Kansas City Star file photo

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  • The lush green field at Kauffman Stadium has given way to a gravel pit

    The Kansas City Royals have ripped out the entire field at Kauffman Stadium and are rebuilding it with a much improved a drainage system.