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July 29, 2014 8:04 PM

Royals give backup catcher Erik Kratz a chance in the big leagues

New Royals backup catcher Erik Kratz, 34, did not make his first major-league start until four years ago with Philadelphia and has since been traded twice, including Monday’s move that brought him to Kansas City, but he says he’s just happy to have another opportunity.

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