Kansas City Royals

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William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor in the mid 1500’s. His most famous works were the tragic plays of Macbeth, Julius Caesar, and Romeo and Juliet. All of these plays have a major theme in common with the Kansas City Royals baseball organization. Shakespeare would say that the Kansas City Royals are one of the most historic and well rounded organizations in all of baseball. The Royals have a tendency to not quit and always keep fighting. Their fight and will has been proven over many seasons of hard work. Their comebacks have been so often that they were once known as the Comeback Kids and rightfully so. They definitely live up to their name and have shown that they are not like any other team. They also relate…show more content…
"Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much: such men are dangerous" (Julius Caesar). This quote represents how the Royals were a dangerous team and how others may have feared them. The battle that the conspirators fought in the book to get Julius Caesar out of power was hard fought and strenuous. The journey to the World Series championship was also hard fought and well deserved. The 1985 Royals worked their rear ends off to get to where they were and have a chance at winning a World Series and they weren’t about to let that chance slip…show more content…
The Royals Have had seven Hall of Fame Players that have been affiliated with the organization. Those players are George Brett, Orlando Cepeda, Whitey Herzog, Joe Gordon, Harmon Killebrew, Bob Lemon, and Gaylord Perry. These men have been honored with being in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Over the course of their careers, they have played to the highest of standards. These men are just a few of the greatest players in the history of the MLB. They are the definition of greatness and will forever be remembered. There are also many great players in the Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame. There are 24 players in the Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame, all of them have contributed greatly to the team’s betterment and success. These men weren’t good enough to make the National Baseball Hall of Fame, but were still outstanding players. The Royals Baseball Hall of Fame honors all the men who were exceptional players during their careers with the team. The men in this Hall of Fame represent the organization and what it stands

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