Kansas City Royals Breaks Record On Opening Day
Something special happen on Sunday in Kansas City. The home of, Major League Baseball's 2015 World Series, The Kansas City Royals became a place where a new record was made.
More than 2,000 fans helped set a the record by lining up for nine miles to complete the longest first pitch in baseball history – all for the hometown team's Urban Youth Academy charity to raise $100,000 fir the organization.
To kick off the Royals’ opening day, a ball was tossed hand to glove for four hours through the streets of Kansas City. Each participant in the Relay the Way event, donated money.
I guess Kansas City wanted to show the league how Champions kick off a season with a true win.