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  • Royals celebrate 2015 World Series championship

    The Kansas City Royals celebrated their 7-2 win over the Mets in 12 innings that clinched the World Series title, spraying champagne in the visitor's clubhouse and coming out onto Citi Field in New York, where a throng of Royals fans were cheering for them.

The Kansas City Royals celebrated their 7-2 win over the Mets in 12 innings that clinched the World Series title, spraying champagne in the visitor's clubhouse and coming out onto Citi Field in New York, where a throng of Royals fans were cheering for them. Chris Fickett cfickett@kcstar.com
The Kansas City Royals celebrated their 7-2 win over the Mets in 12 innings that clinched the World Series title, spraying champagne in the visitor's clubhouse and coming out onto Citi Field in New York, where a throng of Royals fans were cheering for them. Chris Fickett cfickett@kcstar.com
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