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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The Ballgamers recapped this month’s KCBHS meeting with Ken “Hawk” Harrelson and also spoke with an original Royal Paul Schaal.
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The Ballgamers talked Wild Card, Hall of Fame and items Jeff wanted to pick on as we were joined by former Royal,Expo, Cub, White Sox, Oakland Athletics, Red Sox, and California Angel Steve Renko. You’ll hear Steve tell stories about growing up in Kansas City and his long career.
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We had Mike Boddicker, 1983 World Champion, in studio for the entire hour to talk about this career and his impressions of the 2013 Kansas City Royals. There was also a spirited discussion about corking bats, hitting batters and a whole lot of behind-the-scenes of baseball. A great hour.
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The entire crew of The Ballgame was together to discuss or commiserate the state of the current 2013 Royals. But this was a no-grumbling zone for the hour. We spoke with former Royals outfielder Brian McRae about his time growing up in the Royals clubhouse with his father Hal. We also talked to him about his very opinionated thoughts on what to do to fix the current Royals. We ended the show each giving our ideas on how to take the Royals, who went from first to last – back to first again.
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