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.
We have a huge show this week, packed with guests.
First, Mayor Sly James will talk with us about pulling off the 2012 MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City, what it means for KC and everything involved with it.
We’ll also talk with Curt Nelson, the director of the Royals Hall of Fame. He’s the man who retrieved Mark Trumbo‘s rooftop shot in the Home Run Derby and also hosted thousands of guests during All-Star Weekend.
Nelson actually called our third guest, George Toma, to let him know that he’d been elected into the Royals Hall of Fame. We’ve talked with Mr. Toma before and it’s our pleasure to do so again.
Finally, we’ll speak with the voice of Kauffman Stadium, Mike McCartney about his role in making the All-Star Game a success.
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