Royals relief pitcher Chris Young tipped his hat to the cheering crowd as he walked into the dugout after the team’s 3-2 season-ending loss to the Cleveland Indians on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium. One year after winning the second World Series in franchise history, the Royals’ drew the second most fans in franchise history — yet their overall attendance decreased by 5 percent from last season’s record mark.
Royals relief pitcher Chris Young tipped his hat to the cheering crowd as he walked into the dugout after the team’s 3-2 season-ending loss to the Cleveland Indians on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium. One year after winning the second World Series in franchise history, the Royals’ drew the second most fans in franchise history — yet their overall attendance decreased by 5 percent from last season’s record mark. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
Royals relief pitcher Chris Young tipped his hat to the cheering crowd as he walked into the dugout after the team’s 3-2 season-ending loss to the Cleveland Indians on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium. One year after winning the second World Series in franchise history, the Royals’ drew the second most fans in franchise history — yet their overall attendance decreased by 5 percent from last season’s record mark. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com