Royals outfielder Terrance Gore shared the secret that he says helps him steal bases: J.R. Watkins Pain Relief Liniment. “Once you start sweating, it activates; it warms your body up,” said Gore, who last postseason became known for the chaos he inflicted on the basepaths but may or may not be on the Royals’ 2015 postseason roster.
Royals outfielder Terrance Gore shared the secret that he says helps him steal bases: J.R. Watkins Pain Relief Liniment. “Once you start sweating, it activates; it warms your body up,” said Gore, who last postseason became known for the chaos he inflicted on the basepaths but may or may not be on the Royals’ 2015 postseason roster. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Royals outfielder Terrance Gore shared the secret that he says helps him steal bases: J.R. Watkins Pain Relief Liniment. “Once you start sweating, it activates; it warms your body up,” said Gore, who last postseason became known for the chaos he inflicted on the basepaths but may or may not be on the Royals’ 2015 postseason roster. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com

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