Royals All Time All-Star Team – Part Two

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Later tonight, the Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be played as the American League and National League vie for home field advantage in the World Series. For fans of teams such as the Royals, who have playoff aspirations, the game becomes a bit more interesting.

Tonight, the Kansas City Royals will be well represented, even if Alex Gordon will miss the game due to his wrist injury. Salvador Perez will start the game behind the plate for the American league, and will hopefully get a chance to display his cannon of an arm to throw out someone on the National League side. If the game is close late, there is a good chance that Greg Holland will come in to either protect the lead or keep the American League close.

While we know what the American League All-Star Team looks like, what would a team comprised of the all time Kansas City Royals All-Stars look like? That is a question that we have begun to answer, as we looked at catcher and went around the infield yesterday. Today, we will look around the outfield and select the Royals starting pitcher and closer.

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