Cindy Layton (foreground) and her sister, Missy Layton, both of Blue Springs, were among among the fans at the Power & Light District Monday that reacted as the Royals began to come back against the Astros in the final innings of game 4 of the ALDS. On brink of elimination, the Royals stunned the Astros with a 9-6 win. The Layton sisters were not only celebrating the Royals' win, but a combined birthday on Wednesday when Cindy turns 42 and Missy 39.
Cindy Layton (foreground) and her sister, Missy Layton, both of Blue Springs, were among among the fans at the Power & Light District Monday that reacted as the Royals began to come back against the Astros in the final innings of game 4 of the ALDS. On brink of elimination, the Royals stunned the Astros with a 9-6 win. The Layton sisters were not only celebrating the Royals' win, but a combined birthday on Wednesday when Cindy turns 42 and Missy 39. David Pulliam dpulliam@kcstar.com
Cindy Layton (foreground) and her sister, Missy Layton, both of Blue Springs, were among among the fans at the Power & Light District Monday that reacted as the Royals began to come back against the Astros in the final innings of game 4 of the ALDS. On brink of elimination, the Royals stunned the Astros with a 9-6 win. The Layton sisters were not only celebrating the Royals' win, but a combined birthday on Wednesday when Cindy turns 42 and Missy 39. David Pulliam dpulliam@kcstar.com

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