NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Wednesday, October 28, 2015, 7:19 PM
KANSAS CITY — Actor Paul Rudd, a diehard Royals fan who grew up in Kansas City, has attended each of the first two games of the World Series and stayed for all 14 innings of the opener.
“Game 1 was a blast. It’s been really exciting to watch this season and realize (2014) wasn’t a fluke. This is a really, really good team,” Rudd said of the Royals, who lost to San Francisco in last year’s Fall Classic. “The Mets are a great team, too. I live in New York and I feel like these two teams share a similarity in style of play.
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“I’ve always liked the Mets. It isn’t just sucking up. If the Royals were to lose to the Mets in this series, that’s OK. The Giants (last year) hurt. That being said, I’m pulling for the Royals all the way. But Mets fans and Royals fans, they have had a shared kind of frustration over the years.”
Other famous Royals fans include Modern Family actor Eric Stonestreet, SNL alums Jason Sudekis and Rob Riggle and comedian Jeff Foxworthy.
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