Paul Rudd wants to celebrate Kansas City Royals win

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Epic party at Paul’s house was the word after the Kansas City Royals swept clinched the American League pennant last night.

He invited folks to a kegger at his mom’s house, with an obligatory $5 cover. The invite comes at teh 1:15 mark.

The “Anchorman 2” star is a lifelong Royals fan, throwing out the first pitch in 2012, in a contest against the St. Louis Cardinals. The win takes his hometown team to the World Series for the first time in three decades.

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