In the midst of a homeless crisis, a serious crime problem and inflation hitting the working poor harder than anybody else . . . The Kansas City Royals hint at their desire for an EPIC amount of taxpayer cash.
Moreover . . .
TO DISTRACT FROM AN ABYSMAL SEASON THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS REPEAT THE DOWNTOWN STADIUM DISTRACTION!!!
There's no real plan right now . . . Other than to distract the plebs.
Meanwhile, this bit of hope keeps the team from answering tough questions about their losing season that's likely to hit 100.
Check the propaganda dutifully regurgitated by local media . . . And a hint at a shuffle inside the organization.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
On any other day an announcement that the Kansas City Royals had promoted two of its high-profile executives would be considered big news, but Tuesday it was overshadowed by team majority owner John Sherman's revelation the team is conducting internal studies on whether to eventually play baseball in downtown Kansas City.
With a decade left on their lease at Kauffman Stadium, the Kansas City Royals are evaluating their options and owner John Sherman said Tuesday one of those could be a new downtown ballpark.The Royals are tied to the 53-year-old stadium, named after founder Ewing Kauffman, until 2031 under terms of
Today’s corporate motivational news item . . . Years of FAIL with only one lucky break lead to lavish promotion.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Kansas City Royals promoted general manager Dayton Moore to president of baseball operations and elevated longtime assistant GM J.J. Picollo to fill his previous role in a front-office shakeup Tuesday that promises a seamless path forward for the rebuilding organization.
The hype machine inside the loop . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo - Royals CEO John Sherman announced Tuesday they are thinking about moving the stadium to downtown Kansas City. The big question has not been answered, yet: Where would they put it? Sherman didn't speak to that during his news conference on Tuesday.
Fan reaction seems mixed at best . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The sports complex for the Kansas City Royals lease is up in 10 years and they aren't waiting to go house hunting. The Royals new ownership revealed it is launching a review of future stadium options. Downtown is a front runner.
Developing . . .