As we all know, Kansas City has carried a dismal baseball franchise since 1985. But as spring training rolls around, we have to again acknowledge how well the Royals have done in the Latin American talent market.
As it becomes more and more apparent that Billy Butler will not be breaking the most embarrassing record in Kansas City Royals history I thought it would be a good time to look at the opposite side of the spectrum.
Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett, who spent his entire 21-year career with the Kansas City Royals, will manage the U.S. Team and five-time American League All-Star outfielder Bernie Williams will lead the World Team in the 2012 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on Sunday, July 8th at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.
The broiling heat of 1980 finally subsided, but not before school started in the fall. As August rolled into September and football season kicked off, things finally cooled. Everything that is, except George Brett.
Taking a look at St. Louis baseball players and World War II.
New I-70 Baseball writer Todd Fertig debates whether to tell his son about the Royals’ greatest player – who’s been retired for 17 years.
Whitey Herzog was the leader as well as the heart and soul of the St. Louis Cardinals in 1985.
Albert Pujols continues his dominating career.