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On the Kansas City Royals way to winning their first playoff series since the 1985 World Series, slow-footed designated hitter Billy Butler managed to grab just the sixth stolen base of his eight-year MLB career. He did so against the Los Angeles Angels.

By Extra Mustard
October 08, 2014

On the Kansas City Royals way to winning their first playoff series since 1985, slow-footed designated hitter Billy Butler managed to grab just the sixth stolen base of his eight-year MLB career.

Many people noted the rarity of the event, which came against the Los Angeles Angels, and a Kansas City church posted a special message on its marquee, letting everyone know Butler had a special dispensation from the seventh commandment.

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The Royals will continue their postseason run with Game 1 of the ALCS against the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night.

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