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Kacie McDonnell Now Dating Royals' Eric Hosmer

Eric Hosmer is dating Kacie McDonnell. Hosmer and McDonnell both posted pictures of themselves early Friday morning on Instagram in a coordinated effort to let Kansas City know they finally had their very own celebrity power couple. 105 more words


Kacie McDonnell Now Dating Eric Hosmer

She once dated Christian Ponder and was scheduled to get married to Aaron Murray this year. Now soccer sideline reporter Kacie McDonnell appears to be dating Kansas City Royals heartthrob Eric Hosmer, who is making $5,650,000 this season and $8,250,000 in 2016. 204 more words


Anarchy in MLB!

I think in sports you need to see the humor in things before you get outraged. Usually if something is bad then it’ll get changed eventually. 590 more words


Miguel Cabrera Overtakes Eric Hosmer In All-Star Vote, But 7 Royals Still In Line To Start

NEW YORK (AP) — Some later-voting fans aren’t on the Kansas City Royals’ All-Star bandwagon.

Detroit first baseman Miguel Cabrera has overtaken Kansas City’s Eric Hosmer in the latest results of All-Star fan voting, leaving seven Royals on track to start the game next month. 298 more words


Seven Royals still lead in All-Star Votes

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – There’s been a bit of a shake-up in the latest voting update for the MLB All-Star Game. Only seven Royals lead at their positions, not eight! 71 more words


Cabrera Back In First Place Among First Basemen In All-Star Game Voting

By Ashley Dunkak

CBS DETROIT – Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera has resumed first place among American League first basemen in All-Star Game voting, according to the… 223 more words


If eight Kansas City Royals start the All-Star Game, that's totally fine

By now you’ve likely heard that eight members of the Kansas City Royals lead the American League in All-Star balloting at their respective positions, an oddity in the first season of all-online All-Star voting that has prompted hot takes upon hot takes about how the process needs to be changed and how fans can’t be trusted to make the right decisions and how Kansas City is making a mockery of the All-Star Game. 766 more words