Kansas City Baseball Vault - Tonight: Kevin Goldstein and Doc Edwards

Tonight we continue an exciting new venture for Kings of Kauffman and its podcast, the Royalman Report.

Jeff Logan of the Kansas City Baseball Historical Society joins forces with us to form the Kansas City Baseball Vault on Kansas City’s ESPN 1510 AM from 6-7 p.m. every Thursday night. Listeners can tune into traditional radio or streaming live on 1510.com.

On tonight’s show, we’ll talk with Kevin Goldstein of ESPN.com and Baseball Prospectus about such topics as the Wil Myers and Jake Odorizzi promotions, Eric Hosmer, and other prospects. Kevin’s a great baseball commentator and shared his time with us back in November. Quite a bit has changed since then. You can follow Kevin at @Kevin_Goldstein on Twitter.

We also have former major league catcher Doc Edwards lined up as our second guest. Doc played for the Kansas City A’s from 1963 to 1965 and currently manages the San Angelo Colts in the United Baseball League. He’s supposedly going to call us from the dugout during a game, so maybe we’ll see if we can call a squeeze play during the show.

Just like last week, we plan to have a trivia question and a giveaway, so be sure to listen in. Last week, three listeners won free ticket packages to go see the Kansas City T-Bones. You like winning things, right?

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Tags: AL Central Baseball Danny Duffy Eric Hosmer Jake Odorizzi Kansas City Kansas City Royals KC KC Royals Mike Montgomery MLB Ned Yost Royals Wil Myers

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