Buddy Biancalana Reminisces on the Kansas City Baseball Vault

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Buddy Biancalana had a career OPS of .553 with the Royals. That’s pretty bad, but he’s remembered by Royals fans for a stretch in late 1985 when he was extraordinarily productive, earning him a bit of the national spotlight as the Royals went on to their only World Series victory.

He talked about that season and his experience “in the zone” and how he’s channeling that into a new generation of athletes through instruction and training programs.

We also talked about Wil Myers, Kyle Zimmer and the Royals trouble with certain innings this season.

We’ll be back next week with more discussion of Kansas City baseball, past, present and future on ESPN 1510 Thursday at 6 p.m. CST.

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Topics: AL Central, Baseball, Buddy Biancalana, Kansas City, Kansas City Royals, KC, KC Royals, Kyle Zimmer, MLB, Royals, Wil Myers

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