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Because it’s root-root-root for the home team…

A pep rally at the K brings fans to cheer on the boys in blue

The Royals take on the White Sox in Friday evening's home opener. (John McGrath | Flatland)
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Contributor Hampton Stevens and Multimedia Producer John McGrath get hyped at the K.

Karen Medley, left, said she was going to skip paying her power bill to buy playoff tickets.

She's sporting an original 1985 World Series jacket. Tight.

Jonathan Lewis, who lost his leg in a 2004 car accident, had this Royals' logo prosthetic specially made for the playoffs.

Sure, I'll wear my Mexican wrestler mask to the rally. But I'm wearing my glasses underneath.

It's easy to wonder what it smells like inside that suit.

On point.

Baseball's best first-baseman pumps the crowd.

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