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February 14, 2014 11:39 AM

Royals’ ‘break-even’ claim is plausible, but front office can still do more

But before we get to the business of the 2014 Royals, it’s worth a few minutes here to talk about the, um, business of the 2014 Royals. Following the Royals means following payroll, spending habits and who’s under club control for how long. So this is as good a time to look closely at how the team is being supported by an owner who generally has the approval rating of the flu among fans.

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