Royals win first postseason game since 1985

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KPLR)- The Kansas City Royals beat the Oakland A's in extra innings during Tuesday night's game. This will be

K.C.'s first trip to the playoffs in 29 years.

FOX 2's Andy banker is live in Kansas City as Royals fans recover from last night.

Royals catcher Salvatore Perez sealed it with the game winning single in the bottom of the 12th after Kansas City trailed 7-3 at one point.

It was time to set off the playoff fireworks for the first time in almost 30 years.  Fans didn't just cheer. They were jumping up and down and partying like it was 1985!

Fans went nuts as they watched the game on a big screen, in the power light district.

In 1985, the Royals were in the playoffs when they beat the Cardinals in the World Series.

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