Father’s Day, Winning Series, and Nick Wright Speaks On the Royalman Report 6/17/12


All four of the members of the Royalman Report were in the Man Cave on Father’s Day to celebrate a series win over the Cardinals, and in the shadow of a 15 inning victory over the Redbirds. We spent some time in the first segment recapping that series and a great week of exciting games.

In our second segment we all got a little sappy talking about our favorite Father’s Day and Baseball stories. As is usually the case, the talk turns to what to do about our rotation and when we’re going to call up Wil Myers.

In our third segment, we fought a few technical gremlins and the conversation again turned to what prospects we’re going to call up.

Our fourth segment features an extended interview with radio personality Nick Wright of Sports Radio 610 KILT in Houston, TX. You might recall Nick just finished his run at 610 Sports here in Kansas City and he had quite a bit to say about the state of radio in KC and how he got his position in Houston. (The Nick Wright segment starts at 57 minutes.)

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