Royals head to spring training with highest of expectations
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Two years ago, hardly anyone expected the Kansas City Royals to reach the World Series.
Last year, very few expected them to win it.
Perhaps it's time to start readjusting some expectations.
After winning 95 games, their first division title in three decades and defeating the New York Mets in five games in the World Series, the plucky Royals surely won't surprise anybody this season. But with most of their critical pieces returning from that team, there is ample reason to believe Kansas City can create some more October magic, even if they'll be getting everyone's... read more
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