Royals baseman Frank White, firing to first to put out New York’s Willie Randolph, used to watch for which kind of cleats opposing base-runners were wearing. If they had on metal spikes, he was extra careful not to get impaled by them.
Royals baseman Frank White, firing to first to put out New York’s Willie Randolph, used to watch for which kind of cleats opposing base-runners were wearing. If they had on metal spikes, he was extra careful not to get impaled by them. Anonymous ASSOCIATED PRESS
Royals baseman Frank White, firing to first to put out New York’s Willie Randolph, used to watch for which kind of cleats opposing base-runners were wearing. If they had on metal spikes, he was extra careful not to get impaled by them. Anonymous ASSOCIATED PRESS
Judging the Royals

Judging the Royals

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