Celebrity Baseball Fans Of The Kansas City Royals And San Francisco Giants
The World Series starts on Tuesday, and already we are starting to see celebrity fans come out of the woodwork to cheer for either the Kansas City Royals or the San Francisco Giants. Both teams have had a long route to get to the October Classic, and since celebrities are fans of the sport too, we thought it would be a good time to see who is cheering for which team.
— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) October 15, 2014
Paul Rudd. In case you missed it, the This Is 40 star is a huge fan of the American League Champion Kansas City Royals. He might have been born in New Jersey, but he moved to Kansas City at the age of 10 with his family, and after celebrating with the team on field after they clinched their series he invited everyone over to his mother’s house to celebrate. After they paid a $5 cover charge of course.
Jason Sudeikis. The star of the upcoming Horrible Bosses 2 may not have celebrated on the field with the Royals after they won, or even partied at Paul Rudd’s mom’s house (that we know of) but he did take a moment to have his picture taken with a fan carrying a broom. Like Rudd, though, he is wearing Kansas City colours.
Eric Stonestreet. The Modern Family Star was born, raised, and lives in Kansas City, so it’s not surprising that he’s a fan of the Royals. Most people would be in awe if they were in the presence of his co-stars Ed O’Neill and Sofia Vergara, but he seems more than happy to watch his team play on his phone.
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) October 15, 2014
Rob Schneider. There may not be a bigger fan of the San Francisco Giants than Rob Schneider. He was the grand Marshall for their last championship in 2010, and he warmed up the crowd before the game on Wednesday. He’s constantly seen wearing their hats, jerseys, and other clothing as well.
— Daniel Bryan (@WWEDanielBryan) October 8, 2014
Daniel Bryan. The WWE wrestler and Total Divas star lead the crowd in one of his signature yes chants earlier in these play-offs, and there’s a pretty good chance you’ll see him hanging out in the dugout with the team again in the World Series. He might be from Washington state, but he’s a San Francisco fan through and through.
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