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  • Ride along World Series parade in 60 seconds

    Here's a time-lapse video of the 2.3-mile route the Royals took during their celebration Tuesday taken from the Moose Mobile, driven by Craig Rookstool. Kansas City was honoring the first World Series championship won by the Royals since 1985 and an estimated crowd up to 800,000 packed downtown for the party.

Ride along World Series parade in 60 seconds

Here's a time-lapse video of the 2.3-mile route the Royals took during their celebration Tuesday taken from the Moose Mobile, driven by Craig Rookstool. Kansas City was honoring the first World Series championship won by the Royals since 1985 and an estimated crowd up to 800,000 packed downtown for the party.
Todd Feeback The Kansas City Star