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For Royals fans, it’s a happy one-year anniversary of World Series clincher

Royals celebrate 2015 World Series championship

The Kansas City Royals celebrated their 7-2 win over the Mets in 12 innings that clinched the World Series title, spraying champagne in the visitor's clubhouse and coming out onto Citi Field in New York, where a throng of Royals fans were cheering
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The Kansas City Royals celebrated their 7-2 win over the Mets in 12 innings that clinched the World Series title, spraying champagne in the visitor's clubhouse and coming out onto Citi Field in New York, where a throng of Royals fans were cheering

Because 2016 is a Leap Year, Royals fans got one extra day to revel in their team’s World Series championship.

It was one year ago today that Wade Davis struck out Wilmer Flores to end Game 5 of the World Series at Citi Field. The Royals won 7-2 in 12 innings and took the crown.

A lot of Royals fans didn’t need to be reminded of this special day. Here is what many fans shared on social media.

 

One year ago today the Royals won the World Series! #kcroyals #kc #hosmer #royals #worldseries

A photo posted by Bryce Wood (@woodymlb4) on

 

Happy Anniversary @Royals!!! #WORLDSERIESCHAMPS #ROYALS #2015 #NEVERFORGET

A photo posted by Greg 'Grizzle' Ramm (@kcmo_grizzle) on

 

1 YEAR AGO....

A photo posted by @wizardofhos on

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