Topic: Kauffman Stadium
It’s been really hard to try and pick something to write about when it comes to our beloved Kansas City Royals. I have been struggling mightily with a topic that is worth writing about. I just got back from a much needed week vacation and I can safely say I only checked scores a couple Keep Reading
Pathetic as this post is, more to come tomorrow, as I am writing from the car, in search of the next adventure of the evening.
About 10 years ago, when it became clear that the Kansas City Royals were doomed to a long path of shitty-ness (I think that is a word), it wasn’t a whole lot of fun to be a Royals fan. Sure, the ballpark was nice and the tickets were cheap. There were always those two prospects Keep Reading
It was the first Royals game I attended this year, and a favorable pitching matchup. I was looking forward to watching Felipe Paulino in person for the first time this year. I realized something was wrong as I crossed through the towering gates of Kauffman. Luis Mendoza was warming up and I scrambled to find Keep Reading
This is a lifetime contract. Being born in 1985 was no coincidence. It was a special year for me and the best year in Kansas City Royals baseball history. So how was it that a kid from Omaha, Nebraska (home of the beloved Omaha Royals, check that Storm Chasers? A topic for another day…) became Keep Reading
The USA Today relaeased a slideshow of ”MLB’s coolest ballpark features.” Missing from the list: The world’s largest privately funded fountain, located right here at the City of Fountain’s own Kauffman Stadium. Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium features a fountain that stretches 322 feet horizontally, from left field to right field and has a 10 foot Keep Reading