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.
Jim Nash pitched for the A’s for four years (two in Kansas City) and put up a 2.95 ERA during that time, finishing second in Rookie of the Year voting in 1966. He’ll talk with us about his time in Kansas City and his career as well as some pitching philosophy.
We’re also going to talk with Adam Kremers and Chase Higgins from Biking for Baseball, a program that combines the love of cross country bicycling, baseball and mentoring within communities. It’s a very interesting project that you can learn more about here.
We’ll also talk a bit about the All-Star Game, the Royals latest series and more.
Just like last week, we plan to have a trivia question and a giveaway, so be sure to listen in. Last week, listeners won free ticket packages to go see the Kansas City T-Bones. You like winning things, right? That trivia question can happen any time, so you have to listen to be ready.