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Not one single non-Yankees fan was rooting for the Bronx Bombers in the 2001 World Series.
The Kansas City Royals celebrated their World Series win with a nice little parade on Tuesday, and Jonny Gomes ended up being the master of ceremonies. Just enjoy the video of Jonny at the parade, and then imagine how great his future career with the WWE will be. It should also be noted that Gomes
Congrats to the 2015 @MLB World Series Champions the Kansas City @Royals! #HeadedYourWay #DontGetChampagneOnTheTitle pic.twitter.com/MAdLZ7r4pw — Triple H (@TripleH) November 2, 2015 The Kansas City Royals won the World Series on Sunday and they’ll have an extra special gift heading their way that will go quite nicely with their World Series trophy – a WWE-style
If you’re a Mets fan, you might be feeling a bit down in the dumps today. But don’t worry, Frank Thomas is here to cheer you up!
It’s well-documented that Paul Rudd, a Kansas City native, is a diehard Royals fan.
Before Game 1 of the World Series takes place Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel decided to make things a bit more interesting.
Your browser does not support iframes. FOX television show and American Institution The Simpsons recently made this short video to promote the World Series which, not coincidentally, will be broadcast on FOX. While the spot is ostensibly for the MLB, the citizens of Springfield stay true to their hometown Isotopes, give or take Reverend Lovejoy’s
The Pittsburgh Pirates are pretty good this season, but are they World Series good? At least one fan strongly believes so. Andrew Broadwater got “2015 World Series Champs” along with the Pirates logo tattooed on his calf, and while Pittsburgh seems headed for another postseason berth, it was a pretty bold decision on his part.
Sports Illustrated made a bold proclamation last July.
The Giants won the World Series last night and that meant that about fifty billion hugs were exchanged and half the champagne in the United States was consumed/spilled/poured in one locker room. Even though it’s the Giants third World Series victory in five years, the team celebrated like it’s been their first in an eternity
Barry Bonds just showed up outside AT&T Park to celebrate #SFGIANTS #WorldSeriesChampions @kron4news pic.twitter.com/6Hp2dpCc7M — Chuck Clifford (@chuckclifford) October 30, 2014 San Francisco Giants fans still love Barry Bonds. While the prodigious slugger may be reviled in just about every other corner of America for things ranging from BALCO to general aloofness with fans and