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    The Kansas City Royals will be missing 10 of the 26 players on their active roster for their upcoming trip to Toronto. This is due to Canadian restrictions on travelers who aren’t vaccinated against COVID-19. 

    On Wednesday, Manager Mike Matheny said the team will be without hitters Andrew Benintendi, Hunder Dozier, Cam Gallagher, Kyle Isbel, MJ Melendez, Whit Merrifield and Michael A. Taylor. They will also be missing pitchers Dylan Coleman, Brad Keller and Brady Singer.

    The team is scheduled to play four games in Toronto, the 10 players will be placed on the restricted list and forfeit four days of pay and major league service time. THis is in accordance with the terms of MLB’s collective bargaining agreement. The club will be naming their replacements Thursday as well as staff that will not be travelling with the club.

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