Royals send well wishes to recovering superfan

Faseler, shot during home invasion, thanks supporters on Twitter

Royals send well wishes to recovering superfan

Jimmy Faseler, the Royals superfan who was shot recently in a home invasion, thanked fans and friends on Twitter for their support as he recovers in a Kansas City area hospital.

Faseler then tweeted, "I probably won't be posting too much for now. I don't have a lot of strength and need to conserve my energy for learning to walk again."

Part of that support came from the Royals, who made a video for Faseler. In the video, first baseman Eric Hosmer says, "We heard what happened. We want to wish you a speedy recovery, and we can't wait to see you at the 'K.'"

Police say two men shot Faseler when he came back to his Independence, Mo., home and interrupted a burglary last weekend.

Faseler became well-known among Royals fans after a video of him dancing went viral.

Watch: Jimmy Faseler Shakin' It at KC Royals Game

Over $12,000 has been raised for Faseler's medical bills on his GoFundMe page at http://www.gofundme.com/plysys

Jeffrey Flanagan is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @FlannyMLB. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.