Sam Mellinger

July 12, 2014 5:23 PM

Royals still have margin for error in playoff chase

When the team you follow owns the longest playoff drought in major North American sports, it’s easy to think you must be perfect, that any little mistake or shortcoming will cost your guys glory. At least this year, in the Kansas City Royals’ situation, that’s not true. This is not a treacherous climb up a mountain as much as it is a brisk jog, most of it uphill but also with a few water breaks along the way.

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