Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Mark Alford Talks Political Life With KC Royals Legend And County Executive Frank White



A personal interview from Kansas City's top morning anchor throws a few softballs but manages to capture the Exec in a new light and puts a perspective on a career arc that spans more than a generation in the local limelight.

Description:

"Frank White is an 8-time "Gold Glove' recipient who played 18 years for the Kansas City Royals. Now Frank is facing his toughest "at-bat" of his life as the County Executive for Jackson County, Missouri. Frank and I got comfortable at my house in Kansas City to talk baseball, bass fishing, and the bruises of political life."

Take a listen . . .



You decide . . .

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

What I think Mark was going for here was a more casual conversation and something that gave listeners a greater sense of Frank White overall.

Anonymous said...

Oh we have already figured out just what kind of person Frank White is and no amount of damage control will change that.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Applebee's will give Frank some free food.

Anonymous said...

When did Frank take up Ventriloquism?
And can't he afford a Black Puppet?

Anonymous said...

10:03-That's funny! Thanks for today's best and bigliest, so far.