Royalman Report 10/9/11 – Fall League, Instructionals and Technology Shows Who’s Boss


The Royalman Report, LIVE Sundays at 7 pm CST

We had arranged an interview for Sunday’s Royalman Report with Jason Parks of Baseball Prospectus.

There were some complications. Jason is currently in Mexico on assignment, and due to that, the various attempts and maneuvers to patch him into the studio were in vain. We apologize that he wasn’t able to be a part of the show last night.


We do have him set to talk with us on October 23, by which time we’ll have the gremlins worked out.

The show must go on, as they say, and we still talked about the importance of the instructional league, the relevance of offseason statistics, Bubba Starling, Wil Myers, Jason Adam and more. We even snuck in some Chiefs discussion (if you’re into that sort of thing.)

Joining us in studio was Kings of Kauffman alum Jeff Herr, who offered his insight on the minor leaguers in Arizona right now, as well as on the Andrew Luck sweepstakes. There’s also a new edition of the Fake Ned Minute* – our newest weekly feature.

*may not actually be a minute

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