Found February 17, 2012 on kansascity.com:
Three days. Royals pitchers and catchers report to spring training on Monday in Surprise, Ariz. The rest of the roster, if not already present, will flood in during the following days. More than anything, there will be one singular question serving as the underpinning for spring training and the rest of the season. Is it realistic to believe the Royals are ready to win now?
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