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Royals' Edinson Volquez learns of father's death after start

Royals' Edinson Volquez learns of father's death after World Series start

Royals' Edinson Volquez learns of father's death after start

Crown Royal: Kansas City Royals rally again to win World Series | WORLD SERIES | - Nov 1, 2015; New York City, NY, USA; Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas (8) celebrates with first baseman Eric Hosmer (35) after defeating the New York Mets in game five of the World Series at Citi Field. The Royals won the World Series four games to one. Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Crown Royal: Kansas City Royals rally again to win World Series | WORLD SERIES | - Nov 1, 2015; New York City, NY, USA; Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas (8) celebrates with first baseman Eric Hosmer (35) after defeating the New York Mets in game five of the World Series at Citi Field. The Royals won the World Series four games to one. Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

#Royals tie the game in the 6th! #TakeTheCrown | royals.com

#Royals tie the game in the 6th! #TakeTheCrown | royals.com

Defining moments in the Royals’ title run

Defining moments in the Royals’ title run

Defining moments in the Royals’ title run - The Royals ended their championship drought.

Royals break through late again to win 2015 World Series  ESPN

Royals break through late again to win 2015 World Series

Royals break through late again to win 2015 World Series ESPN

There was the first baseman, his shirt soaked with champagne, cradling the trophy as he emerged out of the dugout and stepped into the New York night.

Fearless and indomitable Royals construct a lasting title legacy

There was the first baseman, his shirt soaked with champagne, cradling the trophy as he emerged out of the dugout and stepped into the New York night.

Royals one win away: 10 things to know about World Series Game 4 -  By Dayn Perry | Baseball Writer November 1, 2015 12:59 am ET

Royals one win away: 10 things to know about World Series Game 4 - By Dayn Perry | Baseball Writer November 1, 2015 12:59 am ET

It's pretty hard to not root for the Royals right now. - Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Have you fallen in love with the Kansas City Royals yet?

It's pretty hard to not root for the Royals right now. - Patrick Smith/Getty Images

The Blue Jays scored four runs in the sixth inning of Game 5.

4 Easy, Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Try at Home

The Blue Jays scored four runs in the sixth inning of Game 5.

SungWoo Lee, who gained fame from his fanatic following from Korea of the Kansas City Royals and appearances last season, posed on the red carpet with Ellen Woltkamp, left, Monday night at Union Station prior to the film premiere of #BringBackSungWoo, an ESPN Films documentary on Lee's connection to the Royals.

SungWoo Lee, who gained fame from his fanatic following from Korea of the Kansas City Royals and appearances last season, posed on the red carpet with Ellen Woltkamp, left, Monday night at Union Station prior to the film premiere of #BringBackSungWoo, an ESPN Films documentary on Lee's connection to the Royals.

Kansas City Royals' Kendrys Morales (25) hits a solo home run, his third home run of the game, against the Detroit Tigers during the eighth inning of a baseball game at Comerica Park Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)

Kansas City Royals' Kendrys Morales (25) hits a solo home run, his third home run of the game, against the Detroit Tigers during the eighth inning of a baseball game at Comerica Park Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)

Royals go ahead on error in 13th. "That's what speed do"

Royals go ahead on error in 13th. "That's what speed do"

Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas (8) told third-base umpire Mike Estabrook that the Indians’ Francisco Lindor didn’t tag up at before breaking for home. After the play was reviewed twice, the run was voided, ending the top of the seventh inning.

Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas (8) told third-base umpire Mike Estabrook that the Indians’ Francisco Lindor didn’t tag up at before breaking for home. After the play was reviewed twice, the run was voided, ending the top of the seventh inning.

Sometimes you just know...  #ForeverRoyal #Royals | royals.com

Sometimes you just know... #ForeverRoyal #Royals | royals.com