Reliever Kelvin Herrera (left) and outfielder Alex Rios are being quarantined after being diagnosed with the chickenpox.
Reliever Kelvin Herrera (left) and outfielder Alex Rios are being quarantined after being diagnosed with the chickenpox. File photos The Kansas City Star
Reliever Kelvin Herrera (left) and outfielder Alex Rios are being quarantined after being diagnosed with the chickenpox. File photos The Kansas City Star
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Kelvin Herrera, Alex Rios showing signs of recovery from chickenpox

September 03, 2015 06:02 PM

UPDATED September 03, 2015 06:18 PM

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