Podcast: Kansas City Baseball Vault
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The Kansas City Baseball Vault is a weekly podcast discussing the Royals recent news, their prospects, and all things Kansas City baseball.
The Kansas City Baseball Vault began on ESPN 1510 AM with the crew from the Royalman Report joining with the Kansas City Baseball Historical Society to bring the best of Kansas City baseball past, present and future. In late August, the crew branched off to combine the spirit of both shows into one.
Michael Engel, Troy Olsen and Jeff Herr are your hosts for the Vault, blending analysis with some fun and always displaying enthusiasm and love of the game.
To get updates on giveaways, events, special guests, or upcoming programs, follow the Kansas City Baseball Vault on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook. And check out our friends at Franchise Ball – they do baseball strategy simulation games, so if you like Strat-O-Matic or OOTP, you’ll like what they offer, too.
|Episode 1||5/10/12||Mike Hershberger (KC A’s 1965-1967); Clint Robinson (Omaha Storm Chasers)|
|Episode 2||5/17/12||Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus; Joe Rudi (KC A’s 1967)|
|Episode 3||5/24/12||John Sadak (Voice of the Wilmington Blue Rocks) and George Toma|
|Episode 4||5/31/12||Rene Lachemann (Kansas City A’s 1965-66) and the Royals Mt Rushmore|
|Episode 5||6/7/12||Buddy Biancalana (Royals 1982-1987)|
|Episode 6||6/14/12||Monte Moore and Betty Caywood-Bushman, the Original KC A’s broadcast team|
|Episode 7||6/21/12||Brayan Pena and 1985 champion Greg Pryor|
|Episode 8||6/28/12||1966 Rookie of the Year runner up Jim Nash and Biking For Baseball|
|Episode 9||7/5/12||Bob Kendrick Pitches All-Star Game Events at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, George Brett Talks at a FanFest Tour and 1960 All-Star Bud Daley|
|Episode 10||7/12/12||Kansas City Mayor Sly James, George Toma, The Voice of Kauffman Stadium Mike McCartney and Royals Hall of Fame Director Curt Nelson wrap up the All-Star Game in KC.|
|Episode 11||7/19/12||Tyrone Brooks (Pirates director of player personnel) talks small market strategies and KC Athletic Sal Bando shares his baseball memories.|
|Episode 12||7/29/12||Royals pitching advisor Bill Fischer talks about pitching development and prospects.|
|Episode 13||8/2/12||Discussing the Royals Hall of Fame and the Jonathan Broxton trade.|
|Episode 14||8/9/12||Freddie Patek joins us first, then we talk with Johnny Giavotella and David Lough.|
|Episode 15||8/16/12||“Diamond” Jim Gentile, former All-Star with the KC A’s, talks about baseball in Kansas City in the 1960′s.|
|Episode 16||8/23/12||Don Larsen talks about perfection and former KC A’s owner Charlie Finley.|
|Episode 17||9/4/12||We’re out of the studio, but still talking baseball. The Royals had a big August, and we put together just what it might mean.|
|Episode 18||9/9/12||Talking about Super Two status, September callups, Luke Hochevar and the 40 man roster.|
|Episode 19||9/17/12||Discussing Luke Hochevar’s future with the team and tossing out sports fan cliches.|
|Episode 20||9/22/12||Doing some opposition research by inviting Nick Schaefer of Southside Showdown to talk about the AL Central with us.|
|Episode 21||10/1/12||A group of Royals bloggers join us for a roundtable discussion of the 2012 season and look ahead to 2013.|
|Episode 22||10/6/12||Summing up 2012 and addressing comments made by Dayton Moore and Ned Yost in the post-season press conference.|
|Episode 23||10/14/12||A special segment where Troy “Royalman” Olsen hangs up the KC Royalman cape.|
|Episode 24||10/16/12||We take a look at comments from David Glass about improving the starting rotation and discuss the difference between a traditional business and baseball business.|
|Episode 25||10/22/12||Looking at Royals minor leaguers in offseason leagues as well as guessing at which players would return for 2013.|
|Episode 26||10/29/12||The Royals brought in Jack Maloof and Andre David as hitting coaches, the Royals claimed Chris Volstad off waivers, and Dayton Moore made comments about free agency and acquiring pitching.|