Here's a quick conversation with a local Twitter superstar and a strident supporter of the home team.
Even better, he's shaking his fist at MLB rulers . . .
He knew it was a risk buying tickets for Opening Day. However, he said he bought them because he’s an optimist.
That optimism was put to the test on Tuesday, when MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced he is canceling the first two series of the season amid a labor dispute with players.
“I mean, it's disappointing," Jeremy Danner remarked. "It's a bummer. My friends and I would call Opening Day ‘Baseball Christmas.’”
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Jeremy Danner has a full bookshelf dedicated to the Royals, including a collection of bobbleheads and several signed baseballs. Not one of those balls was bought. "Most of them might have been home runs or fouls," said his son, Cooper. Cooper has been to 147 games.