This week, I-70 Baseball is dedicating our focus to the Legends of the franchises.
Kansas City trades veteran outfielder to Oakland for a pair of pitchers; team also releases Brian Bannister.
Just like the Royals, coverage of Kansas City’s team on I-70 Baseball will continue to improve.
October 24, 1985: The Royals defeated the Cardinals 6-1 in Game 5 of the World Series.
October 23, 1985: The Cardinals defeated the Royals 3-0 in Game 4 of the World Series.
October 22, 1985: The Royals defeated the Cardinals 6-1 in Game 3 of the World Series.
October 20, 1985: The Cardinals defeated the Royals 4-2 in Game 2 of the 1985 World Series
October 19, 1985: The Cardinals defeated the Royals 3-1 in Game 1 of the 1985 World Series.
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|William Ivie, Jr. ~ Founder|
|Located: Kansas City, Mo|
|I am considered by most to be a baseball historian. I watch documentaries, movies, tv shows, read books, and spend countless hours digging for any information about the history of the game. I have been a Cardinal fan since 1985 when my family moved to Missouri.I was a Contributing Writer for BaseballDigest.com upon launch in 2009. In mid 2009, the Content Editor for Cardinals coverage left the project and I assumed that role. During the spring of 2010, BaseballDigest.com began filling roles within the organization and I assumed the role of Assignment Editor over the entire staff. I left Baseball Digest Online when the new ownership took over and can now be found freelancing at various sites, including Yahoo Sports Contributor Network, around the internet. You can find me on twitter @poisonwilliam|
|Angela Ivie ~ Executive Editor/Owner|
|Hometown: St. Joesph, Mo|
|Angela is a life long Cardinal fan that grew up on the wrong side of the state.One of the founders of the popular Diamond Diaries website, Angela joined I-70 upon launch of the website and has served as a staff writer for Cardinals Coverage since then. Her views on historical baseball, current events, and the game itself lend themselves to a unique perspective that our fans enjoy.One of the most dedicated people on the I-70 staff, Angela accepted a partnership in the site as the Executive Editor. She works with the staff on assignments and ensures that the articles you read are clean and free from error.You can find her on twitter @CardsChic|