OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Royals pitcher Danny Duffy has been cited for driving under the influence in at a Burger King in suburban Kansas City last weekend, another headache for a team already struggling on the field. Duffy had left the team’s road trip to return to Kansas City for an MRI exam on his...
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