After 30 Long Years, Kansas City Royals Fans Get A Chance To Celebrate

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Royals fans are ecstatic and they should be. This is the Kansas City Royals’ first World Series win since 1985. The celebrations are on.

Kansas City Royals fans were understandably ecstatic after their team defeated the New York Mets 7-2 to win the World Series title.

It was, after all, their first Major League Baseball championship win since 1985.

Catcher Salvador Perez clinched the Most Valuable Player of the 2015 Series. He “hit .364/.391/.455 in the series, going 8-for-22 at the plate with two doubles while scoring three runs with two RBIs,” according to ESPN.

The streets of Missouri's largest city were filled with jubilant crowds as people waved flags, honked cars, and shouted celebratory slogans to mark their team’s hard-earned victory.

"The last time they won I was a baby... in 1985," Terryl Robinson, an overjoyed Royals supporter told Reuters. "I'm feeling good and happy to be a Kansas Citian."

The Mets, on the other hand, remain without a World Series title since 1986.

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Here are some other reactions from fans who took over worldwide Twitter trends with the hashtag #Royals:

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