It has been said that if you don’t shoot, you don’t score – so in that spirit, I wanted to make a last ditch effort here.
Stay in Kansas City. Stay with your friends. Stay with the clubhouse dance music, and the never ending game of cards, and most of all the […]
Episode 26 pulls out all the stops as we head over to Royals Fan Fest and run into everyone and anyone associated with the Kansas City Royals, including Hall of Famer Denny Matthews, Royals owner David Glass, Royals DH Billy Butler and Kauffman Stadium PA announcer Mike McCartney. Also throw in original Royal Al Fitzmorris […]
What if we woke up tomorrow and there was no Kansas City Royals franchise? No Billy Butler. No Rex Hudler. No 5, 10, 20 on the Hall of Fame wall in Left Field of Kauffman Stadium. Radio shows talk wistfully about the “good old days” when Kansas City was a three professional sports team town. […]
“They say that these are not the best of times, but they’re the only times I’ve ever known” –Billy Joel, “Summer, Highland Falls” 1977
Kansas City is in the national spotlight so rarely. Sure, there’s the occasional Monday Night Football game; sometimes the President makes a visit in an election year and occasionally a funny […]
On December 2, Frank White appeared on What’s Right with Nick Wright on 610 Sports Radio to discuss his firing by Fox Sports Kansas City. Here is the statement released by Fox Sports KC and the Royals. What Frank White revealed, was way more:
Here is the full audio of the Interview. I will […]
Last month, I was privledged enough to participate in “Blog Your Way to the K.” Ironically, I didn’t actually start my blog until this week. I assume I got in through some sort of clerical error.
Be that as it may, I got an opportunity to participate in an interview with Dayton Moore, General […]