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KC Royals Overcome 29 Year Playoff Drought Back To 1985

Royals I-70 World Series Hat - 1985
Picture From Twitter: @nightlifecomo

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Royals ( 3-1 ) White Sox

29 years of the Royals not making it into the Playoffs made all Kansas City baseball fans ready to see history happen again.

The Royals move into the 2014 MLB Playoffs by clinching the win against the Chicago White Sox. This ends the drought that dates back to 1985 when the Royals won the World Series playing the St. Louis Cardinals. The Show Me Series / I-70 Showdown Series made history for the Kansas City Royals,

Highlights were shared in real-time across Social Media:

Sports Center Shares: "29 years is a long time. It doesn't get much sweeter than this for the Kansas City Royals."

The Union Station in Kansas City congratulated the KC Royals on Twitter with a grand display of Fireworks & Royals gear.

Kansas City Royals on Twitter: @Royals

FOX Sports - "The longest #Postseason drought of any team in all 4 major pro sports IS OVER - The @Royals are head to the playoffs.

The KC @Royals put out a picture on Twitter with Champagne bottles chilled for the players to pop the cork on. #PostSeason #TakeTheCrown

MLB ON FOX on Twitter at @MLBONFOX "For the first time since 1985, the @Royals are #POSTSEASON BOUND!"

Boulevard Beer - Bully Porter being used to Celebrate the Royals win into the playoffs tonight. Via @AokiDokies


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