In this episode of The Huddle, The Star's Vahe Gregorian and Sam Mellinger give their takeaways at the midpoint of the Chiefs preseason and also remind you to pick up our season football preview special section in Sunday's print edition.
Movie producer Grant Curtis remembers being “a card-carrying member of the Chiefs Huddle Club” when he was a youngster. So it made sense for him to be involved with “Delaney,” a ESPN 30-for-30 Short about Chiefs running back Joe Delaney which had an advanced screening Monday night in Kansas City.
CINCINNATI — Following a night he says he’ll remember for the rest of his life, Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas was traveling on a team charter to Chicago and planned to get a flight from there to California early Wednesday morning to spend 24 hours or so with his ailing mother.
The Star’s Vahe Gregorian joined CineSport’s Noah Coslov to discuss the Royals starting pitching situation as well as Gregorian’s column which looked back at the tragic death of former Chiefs running back Joe Delaney.
The Kansas City Star’s Vahe Gregorian takes CineSport’s Noah Coslov through the big picture of the Cardinals hacking scandal. The duo also talks more about the Royals in the All-Star Game and Chris Young’s recent surge. There is also a seriously cool clock in the video.
What message have the Royals sent to the Twins and the AL Central? Kansas City Star columnist Vahe Gregorian and CineSport’s Brian Clark discuss that and look ahead to their matchup with the Cardinals.
Former Kansas athletic director Bob Frederick was a thoughtful presence that is too rare in today’s sports world where the prevailing wave is a much more stay-on-message dynamic that is more about branding and agendas and keeping the media at bay than cultivating relationships.
Following a controversial decision during Tuesday’s game at Kauffman Stadium, Major League Baseball’s replay process is being scrutinized. The Star’s Vahe Gregorian and CineSport’s Noah Coslov discussed what the league can do to improve it.
In today's Huddle, Kansas City Star sports columnists Vahe Gregorian, Blair Kerkhoff and Sam Mellinger talk about the Kansas City Royals returning home after a tough road trip. Is this cause of concern? (Video by Monty Davis and Robert Cronkleton | The Kansas City Star)
In this week’s The Huddle, Kansas City Star sports columnists Vahe Gregorian, Blair Kerkhoff and Sam Mellinger talk about the death of Walter Byers, former NCAA executive director; the NBA Finals; and the possibility that Iowa State Coach Fred Hoiberg will leave for an NBA job with the Chicago Bulls. (Video by Monty Davis and Robert Cronkleton | The Kansas City Star)
The Kansas City Star’s Vahe Gregorian tells CineSport’s Brian Clark how this weekend’s renewal of the I-70 Series between the Royals and the St. Louis Cardinals one of the most meaningful in several decades. The three-game interleague series begins at 7:10 p.m. Friday at Kauffman Stadium.
For more than 50 years after he played his last football game for the University of Minnesota in 1962, through an NFL Hall of Fame career with the Chiefs and a full, rich life after, Bobby Bell felt an emptiness from one thing he lacked: a college degree that would fulfill a promise to his late father.
Vahe Gregorian joined The Star in June 2013 after 25 years at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, where he covered nine Olympic Games, about 20 Final Fours and some 20 college football national title games and Mizzou football and basketball. His experiences also include covering the Super Bowl, the World Series and the Kentucky Derby.