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The Royals might get every one of their players voted into the 2015 All-Star Game

There's post-pennant excitement, and then there's this.

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Royals fans are really excited about their newfound relevance in the baseball world. Really, really excited. Really, really, really, really, really excited. Like, goodness, they are just so clickclickclickclick excited. The AL All-Star voting updates are out, and, uh ...

Mike Moustakas has nearly double the votes of Josh Donaldson, and Alex Rios, who has played 15 games this season, is in fourth place. Look out for Omar Infante, though, whose .221/.230/.308 line makes you think, "What if we could see him against the National League's best pitchers, though?"

It's hard to imagine a coordinated effort to get Infante in, so I'll blame Russian bots or one really dedicated dude. It would take a lot to get Mike Trout out of the top three, but considering the rest of the voting, you can't count it out.

Royals fans are now mad with power. You've been warned.


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