1. The Kansas City Royals simply couldn't contain the fast-paced Spokane offence on.
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6. Kansas City Royals have retired the numbers of former players George Brett and Frank White (No 20).
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9. Kansas City Royals entered the 2015 All-Star break with the best record in the American League.
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10. On July 21, 2014, the Kansas City Royals had a losing record and were eight games behind the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central standings.
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14. In the middle of this era, in 1997, the Kansas City Royals declined the opportunity to switch to the National League as part of a realignment plan to introduce the Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Devil Rays as expansion teams.
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18. Kansas City Royals maintained a reputation as one of the American League West's top teams throughout the late 1980s.
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19. In the 1985 regular season the Kansas City Royals topped the Western Division for the sixth time in ten years, led by Bret Saberhagen's Cy Young Award-winning performance and George Brett's self-described best "all around year.
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