Last year, Kansas City Royals outfielder Jeff Francoeur treated some Oakland A’s fans to dinner after giving them a $100 bill and an autographed baseball. The only catch? They had to spend the money on bacon dogs and beer.
Well, Francouer remembered the gesture and decided to top himself.
Recently, we learned Abraham Lincoln is a heck of a quarterback. Darth Vader, however, botched his chance to show off his athletic abilities when he one-hopped the first pitch at O.co Coliseum in Oakland before the A’s game against the Tigers on Friday night.
The Kansas City Royals, playing in their first playoff game in 29 years, won the American League wild card game on Tuesday night, coming from behind to defeat the Oakland Athletics, 9-8, in 12 innings.
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