Two-year-old Guy Jakubowicz used a fist bump greeted passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight from Kansas City, and the video went viral. The Royals saw the video and are sending Guy a Royals cap and other gifts.
Fist-bumping toddler is getting some Royals swag
To save their basketball season, a Texas high school combined its girls and boys teams
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See how Genie Bouchard's Super Bowl bet all played out on Twitter
Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed
Washington State coach Mike Leach talks about his favorite mascots
Watch as a deer narrowly avoids collision with two cross-country runners
Royals' Whit Merrifield visits kids at Ronald McDonald House
Little girl, police officer break out in dance at Royals game
Mike Moustakas on the Home Run Derby and flying under the radar
Man with kidney disease receives surprise from his wife on a baseball card
Analysis: Rustin Dodd on the Royals 3-1 win over the Mariners
During last year's Super Bowl, professional tennis player Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) made a bet with Mizzou student John Goehrke (@punslayintwoods) that if the Patriots came back to win, the two of them would go on a date. This year they are headed to the Super Bowl in Minneapolis together.
Heather Winfree used baseball cards to tell her husband with kidney disease, Steve Winfree, that she is a kidney donor match. She hopes their story will bring more awareness to living kidney donations.
First-year Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk said Monday that he would like to restart the Border War with Kansas during an appearance at the Tiger Club of Kansas City Golf Tournament at Staley Farms Golf Club in Kansas City, Mo. The Tigers and Jayhawk