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    Even before the Royals start Cactus League games on March 2, hundreds of Royals fans have gathered at spring training workouts for an up-close view of the defending World Series champions. Video by Kristina Vicario/Cronkite News at Arizona State University.

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Even before the Royals start Cactus League games on March 2, hundreds of Royals fans have gathered at spring training workouts for an up-close view of the defending World Series champions. Video by Kristina Vicario/Cronkite News at Arizona State University. Kristina Vicario Cronkite News at Arizona State University
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