01/23 - 11 am - Forever Royal
Royals broadcaster Steve Stewart joins the guys to offer his thoughts on the passing of Yordano Ventura. Plus, a story about Yo that not a lot of people know & we hear from Rex Hudler.
been plagued or answers in our end or maybe never won a World Series or whatever you know. Got there and they got lost 41 and that was it never went back in this kind of very young life went to two World Series and was a big part of both and part of a world championship and you know this. There's the smile is what
I agree that I looked I looked after the blue during their World Series run at fifteen. Yeah actually every human English and one of those postgame champagne. Soaked celebration in English a little bit yeah
does very well. Com. But when you go to back to back World Series in Kansas City in this day and age. It's an amazing accomplishment and you win one is it's fantastic and he's a big part of that I mean they don't you know bends over straight out he's right they would know. You know they don't probably don't when the divisional in the World Series . Without him and we all remember game six of course and fourteen and I remember that night not only that he pitched so well. All I cared about was saved the bullpen for game seven tomorrow. And you know once we had a big lead it's like OK don't blow this don't let's not use her rarer Hollander Davis during these guys let's have them on who you think we got a great shot tomorrow or home we're gonna win the World Series . And he did his part he you know he went was at seven and and just it's just completely baffle the giants and the game six of course and of course he was the opening day starter in the season when they won the World Series even though we had the thing and cramp and had a little incidents early that season. But there there's a lot there's