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February 28, 2014 12:51 PM

Royals pitchers pass on new protective hat

No pitcher in the Royals clubhouse has requested the new protective cap intended to reduce damage from line drives. The heavier and larger hat, approved by Major League Baseball in January, is available on a voluntary basis, but Royals’ senor director of travel Jeff Davenport said the team has had no takers.

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