Thursday, May 04, 2006 Royals fan auctions 25 years of devotion for $278.47 - MLB - Had enough: Royals fan sells loyalty on eBay - Wednesday May 3, 2006 10:44PM:
"KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Kansas City Royals lost yet again Tuesday, a 4-1 setback in Detroit. With the worst record in the majors, who could fault a fan for taking a nose dive from the bandwagon -- much less selling his allegiance?

Chad Carroll auctioned off 25 years of loyalty to the Royals on eBay on Tuesday, along with jerseys, hats, baseballs and other memorabilia.

And in a spate of irony, faithfulness to a club with one of the smallest payrolls in Major League Baseball sold for a paltry $278.47...."

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Michael W. Kruse said...

I saw this article in the KC Star today. (He writes looking at his collection of Royals baseball cards, wondering how much money they might bring.)

Denis Hancock said...

Hopefully more than $278.14

But you wouldn't would you? Huh? Huh?

Could you face Susan?

Actually, as I write this, the Royals are ahead 1-0 in the bottom of the 5th. I'd rather not see them even with a share of the record for most consecutive losses on the road.

Denis Hancock said...

Well, 9 innings of good defense and one inning of adequate offence, and the Royals pulled it out.

Michael W. Kruse said...

No. I won't sell them. They remind of better days, before the dark times... long ago ... far far away... I am waiting for the return of the Bretti, bat sabres in hand.