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That is Royals’ leadoff hitter Alex Gordon starring in one of the coolest billboards you will ever see.
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The Kansas City Royals have upped the promotion game with this ingenious billboard the major league team teased on Monday on Twitter. It features Royals left fielder/third baseman Alex Gordon sliding, but it’s what the player’s slide is purportedly doing to the billboard that makes it so darn clever. Due to the “force” of Gordon’s […]The post A sliding Alex Gordon tears...
Billboards do not championships make. But you can't help but get fired up about the Kansas City Royals' 2014 season when you see the team's new billboard on I-35.
Alex Gordon isn't just sliding headfirst into a base. He's ripping the friggin' cover off the whole billboard is what he's doing.
The billboard, which you'll see to your left heading north...
Kansas City Royals star Alex Gordon is now on a billboard over a Missouri interstate which features him sliding into a base. Not normally a big deal, except the creative design makes it look like Gordon's slide is tearing down the billboard. Photo via Twitter / @Royals.Now that's pretty cool.H/T Cut4.
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But when the Royals, desperate to find anyone who could fill the role, first asked him to take that spot over three years ago, Gordon vowed to make the best of it.
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For those unfamilliar with the Royals, that’s Alex Gordon sliding.
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