The Royals’ Hal McRae slid hard into Yankees second baseman Willie Randolph, sending him flying, in the 1977 AL Championship Series.
The Royals’ Hal McRae slid hard into Yankees second baseman Willie Randolph, sending him flying, in the 1977 AL Championship Series. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Royals’ Hal McRae slid hard into Yankees second baseman Willie Randolph, sending him flying, in the 1977 AL Championship Series. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Judging the Royals

Judging the Royals

Lee Judge shares insights from KC's major-leaguers.

Brett Lawrie’s a villain, Hal McRae is an icon

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