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You, too, can soak where the Royals soaked
Major League Baseball

You, too, can soak where the Royals soaked

Published Feb. 10, 2015 1:19 p.m. ET

You can take Billy Butler out of the Royals' spa. And you can take the Royals' spa, too.

As in, take it home with you.

Seriously. An eight-person spa used by Kansas City Royals players in the Kansas City Royals' clubhouse is up for auction at, "The official online auction of Major League Baseball." It seems to have it all -- personal jets, a two-pump system, wooden steps, a cover -- except, of course, for the likes of Alex Gordon and Alcides Escobar. (You and your friends can role-play if you like.) And it is "well maintained by clubhouse staff," according to the listing.

And it can be yours for the low, low price of, well, whatever winds up as the winning bid. As of Tuesday morning, the online auction had been open for six days and no one had placed the initial opening bid of $2,000. But fear not, bidding remains open for another 10 days.


If a hot tub doesn't float your boat, maybe you'd rather buy a bottle of field dirt from Game 1 of the 2014 World Series at Kauffman Stadium ($19.99), an American League Division Series celebration champagne cork ($25) or an AL Championship Series celebration champagne bottle ($175).

After all, anyone can buy a T-shirt.


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