Can't go to lunch with a ballplayer? We'll bring one to you: Kansas City Royals catcher Drew Butera. We sat down with him at Garozzo’s Italian Ristorante and (in the third of three episodes) hit the wall during the dessert course. Drew theorized that the
Can't go to lunch with a ballplayer? We'll bring one to you: Kansas City Royals catcher Drew Butera. We sat down with him at Garozzo’s Italian Ristorante and (in the second of three episodes) discussed the pleasures of home cooking and leftovers. (We discover one of us is a leftover thief.) And if you pay attention you can see us starting to hit the food wall; lots of deep breathing and more time between bites.
On the day that his bobblehead doll was released at Kauffman Stadium, Royals first base coach Rusty Kuntz had a surprise visitor, Morgan Fairchild, to answer the burning question: "Is his hair real?" She responded by using Kuntz's catchphrase: "Oh player!"
Known for his accuracy with a fungo bat, Kansas City Royals first-base coach Rusty Kuntz was asked to show his skills by hitting fungos to Kansas City Star writer Lee Judge with a frying pan and without moving.
Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost answers questions on learning to be a clutch player in baseball. He disputes the notion of a "clutch gene" and says experience makes players handle big situations better.