Hometown baseball is basically minor league after an embarrassing journey from first to worst since 2015.
Sadly, there's no COVID comeback this year and another season of "rebuilding" (read: losing) is in the works.
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Despite a pandemic-shortened season in which no fans attended games in 2020, the Royals franchise actually went up in value to $1.06 billion according to this year's annual MLB valuation estimates from Forbes. That represents a 3.4 percent increase from the $1.025 billion estimate from a year ago.