It wasn’t just an amazing, walk-off, extra-innings win in front of a sellout crowd. Sunday’s game was a message to the rest of Major League Baseball: The Royals are not a joke anymore.
I-70 Baseball has been bringing coverage of the Cardinals and Royals to our readers for one year now. Take a look back.
Legendary Royals pitcher Paul Splittorff has died, but for me, Splitt was the person who shaped my knowledge of baseball.
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Rounding out a top 15 things for the Royals to work on in 2011.
I-70 Radio will examine the Hall Of Fame ballot this coming week, today we look at the most controversial Cardinal on that ballot.
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.
Joaquin Arias, claimed from the Mets, projects as a backup to shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt.
Just like the Royals, coverage of Kansas City’s team on I-70 Baseball will continue to improve.