It's only been a week, but the Royals sure have been good since the All-Star break

The Kansas City Star
It's only been a week, but the Royals sure have been good since the All-Star break
It's only been a week, but the Royals sure have been good since the All-Star break

It's only been a week, but the Royals sure have been good since the All-Star break Ian Kennedy spent time with his wife and kids at home. Ned Yost returned to his family farm in Georgia. Others vacationed in Florida. Some just sat around on the couch and watched TV. Over four days last week, Royals players and coaches went their separate ways for the first time since convening in February. But from spots splattered across the country, there remained a commonality in their activities. No baseball. That was the idea. For a team that struggled through the first half, last week's All-Star break presented an opportunity for a full reset. The Royals have taken advantage. After a four-game sweep of

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