He was truly one of the nicest and genuine people you could have ever had the privilege to know.
Legendary Royals pitcher Paul Splittorff has died, but for me, Splitt was the person who shaped my knowledge of baseball.
The Royals ace pitcher over the last few years finds himself in Milwaukee and rejuvenated. Sour Grapes indeed.
The Royals had one big-name star going into the ’85 World Series. A look back at Kansas City’s Hall of Famer.
“Go crazy, folks!” The Wizard played brilliantly in the 1895 NLCS, but his production disappeared in the World Series.