Royals celebrate World Series by spraying lots of champagne

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Mustard Minute: Congratulations, Kansas City Royals
Monday November 2nd, 2015

The Royals won the teams’ first World Series title in 30 years on Sunday night and the players celebrated accordingly in the visitors clubhouse at Citi Field, spilling barrels of champagne in the process.

The party started with Ned Yost running headlong into a Gatorade bath from his players.

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The team then moved into the locker room, and when the corks began to pop, no one was safe.



​Even actor and Royals fan Paul Rudd was not safe from the spray covering the clubhouse.

The people of Kansas were not about to wait for the Royals to fly home to begin their celebration, and the city’s bars were as raucous as the Royals clubhouse.

The @kcroyals are the 2015 World Series Champions! KC has officially taken the crown! #TakeTheCrown

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The @kcroyals WIN THE WORLD SERIES! We are the champs! #takethecrown

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