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Bruce Chen is having a bit of a resurgent year in Kansas City, both on the mound and now apparently as a comedian. The Royals right-hander tweeted out a picture of himself from the team's charity golf outing Monday, along with a note about meeting the city's biggest fan. With a textbook case of comedy misdirection, Chen brings the laughs. Check it out in the tweet below. At the Royals Golf Charity Event.Taking a pic with KC biggest fan! #mlbfancave #Royals twitter.com/ChenMusic/stat… — Bruce Chen (@ChenMusic) August 13, 2012
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As the 2012 Summer Olympics finally came to an end this weekend, we can now focus back on more important stories.
Such as Kansas City Royals pitcher Bruce Chen crushing on the Dutch women's field hockey team and proclaiming women's field hockey to be his new favorite Olympic sport:
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