Our first episode on the new Kansas City Our City Radio.com Sports Channel was a little all over the place as Chris joined Greg and Jeff for the first time in several months. Chris returns to the show and it immediately goes off the rails as we spoke about hot Russian curlers, we talked with Greg who was at the Fergie Jenkins Golf Tournament and we also talked about Reggie Jackson’s time with the Kansas City Athletics.
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The Ballgame had their final show on ESPN 1510 this week by having former Padre, Red and Yankee Gene Locklear on the show. Jeff and Greg spoke with Gene about his career as well as his paintings. You can see more at www.genelocklear.com.
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Former Royals and T-Bones outfielder (but not former baseball player) Joey Gathright joined 1985 World Series Champion Greg Pryor along side Platte County Landmark columnist Chris Kamler.
The trio spoke about Gathright’s career as the Royals centerfielder as well as who could win a foot race.
Greg and Chris capped off the show talking about the 2014 Royals top to bottom and if they would be able to withstand the Tigers lineup when they start playing for real on March 31.
The boys mix it up this week and invite the lovely Alice Ford of alicesadventuresonearth.com as she talks about her travels and adventures.
We also recap Royals Fan Fest and the great sights and sounds at that event.
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LIVE from New York… it’s George Toma, Groundskeeper for the past 47 Super Bowls. Greg also gave a recap of Royals Fantasy Camp. Finally, the guys set up this weekend’s Fan Fest. If you’re out there, stop by the Kansas City Baseball Historical Society’s booth.
Talking baseball with Vice President of the Royals Toby Cook and the son of hitting guru Charley Lau, Charley Lau Jr. joined the show this week. Mr. Cook talked about Royals Fan Fest and Mr. Lau talked about the philosophies of his famous father and how they translate to his own hitting academy.
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The Ballgame is back for 2014 with Kansas City Royals GM Dayton Moore in the first segment and Mizzou QB Trent Hosick for a Cotton Bowl recap.
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