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  • Baseball players aren't the only superstitious ones. So are their mascots.

    Brad Collins, who performs as Royals mascot Sluggerrr at Kauffman Stadium, discusses the superstitions he has adopted in the past, including during the 2015 World Series championship season.

Baseball players aren't the only superstitious ones. So are their mascots.

Brad Collins, who performs as Royals mascot Sluggerrr at Kauffman Stadium, discusses the superstitions he has adopted in the past, including during the 2015 World Series championship season.
John Sleezer and Maria Torres The Kansas City Star