Julianna Zobrist, Ben Zobrist Welcome Baby Girl With Special Kansas City Name

Julianna Zobrist, the wife of Kansas City Royals second baseman Ben Zobrist, gave birth to a baby girl on Friday. Had the Kansas City Royals not won the World Series, the Zobrist baby would have arrived less than 48 hours…

Erin Andrews: From the Ball Park to the Ballroom

Erin Andrews traveled from the ball park to the ballroom in record time on Monday. The Dancing With the Stars anchor and Fox News reporter covered Game 5 of the World Series in New York on Sunday. The game went…

Selena Gomez Gets Her Softball On For Charity, Who Knew She Was So Athletic?

Selena Gomez got her athletic moves on for charity Friday and who knew she was so sporty? The 22-year-old singer and actress donned her cap and glove for the sixth annual Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City, Missouri, to…

Kansas City Royals Leading World Series 2-1: Why This Might Spell Doom For The San Francisco Giants

The Kansas City Royals are now in the driver’s seat after beating the San Francisco Giants 3-2. This victory puts the World Series at 2-1 and gives Kansas City home field advantage going into the next game. It is the…

Royals Hot Dog Trial: Fan Gets Second Chance In Court

On Tuesday, the Missouri Supreme Court ordered a new trial for a Kansas City Royals fan who was hit by a hot dog during a baseball game. John Coomer said that he was injured while watching a Royals game in…

Atlanta Braves Sign Pitcher Ervin Santana

Ah yes, Spring is just around the corner. While most of America is ready for Spring so we can finally enjoy some warmer temperatures that will actually stick around for a while, baseball fans are just happy to see their…

Royals Billboard Is Brilliant And Creative

The Kansas City Royals sure know how to promote themselves. Last year the Royals had two billboards, one with James Shields pitching to the partner billboard of Salvador Perez catching the ball – which was ripping the vinyl off the…

Hot Dog Injury Lawsuit Filed by Baseball Fan Goes Before Missouri Supreme Court

The Missouri Supreme Court is reviewing a lawsuit against the Kansas City Royals filed by a fan who was injured during a game in 2009. John Coomer, of Overland Park, Kansas, was injured after the Royals team mascot Slugerrr threw…

Hot Dog Injury May Change Baseball Policy

Kansas City Royals fan John Coomer was struck in the eye by an errant hotdog thrown by team mascot “Sluggerrr” in 2009, and his subsequent lawsuit may affect the legal standard that protects teams from being sued over fan injuries…