After making their fans wait 29 years, a young Royals team gave them a bit of everything as they swept the Angels and advanced to the ALCS, writes Jim Caple.
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It seems like forever since the Royals were in a World Series. Or the Orioles. Or the A's. Or the Dodgers. Or . . . oh boy, it's going to be a fun finish to this season.
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From dropped pop-ups to errant throws, the Angels played a horrible game in falling to the Yankees in Game 1 of the ALCS.
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Torii Hunter wanted his team to stop acting scared against the Red Sox. He backed up his own words in Game 1 of the ALDS.
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