The Royals look to build off a solid start to the 2013 season By Dylan Gehlbach Earlier today, 30,000 fans packed into Kauffman Stadium to see the Kansas City Royals win in walk-off fashion over the Toronto Blue Jays. With the win, the Royals solidified a winning first home stand and remained tied with the Detroit Tigers at the top of the American League Central standings at a record of 7-5. Not much, and early in the season, but Royals fans will take it. Especially after the way the Royals started their last season. In a season that was billed to be “Our Time,” 2012 was anything but that for the Royals. They found that… Continue reading →
Bill Self can coach, but how’s his softball swing?
Fans will find out July 8, as the Kansas basketball coach will be part of the lineup at the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game at Kauffman Stadium. Other celebrities on the roster include act… Continue reading →
Musings at the midweek:
■ Bold prediction: Winners on Saturday for Kansas and Kansas State will dress in Blue and Purple, respectively.
■ KU did send out a release for its spring game format and the color scheme was like mulling over paint samples…. Continue reading →
KU BASEBALL TOPS BAKER 7-3: Big hits by Zac Elgie and Kevin Kuntz helped the Kansas baseball team down Baker 7-3 on Tuesday in Lawrence. Elgie went 2-for-4 with his fourth homer in the first innings, hwile Kuntz broke the game open with a two-run doubl… Continue reading →
Musings at the mid-week:
– If the most controversial figure with the Kansas City Royals is Rex Hudler, this could be a real good, or real bad, season.
– Just a few games have been played, and aired. Give the guy a chance. It’s a long season.
– No,… Continue reading →
SIMONEAU ON COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL BALLOT: Former Kansas State All-American linebacker Mark Simoneau is one of 76 players who comprises the 2012 Football Bowl Subdivision Ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, the National Football… Continue reading →