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    Game 2: Even-Steven. Now, Off to the Bay Area

    There’s something to be said for “the formula,” that combination of base-running speed, lockdown pitching and just enough offense to scratch out a win. Hey: It worked well enough to get Kansas City into the 2014 World Series. But there’s something to be said for the long ball and offensive fireworks, as well. The Royals pounded out four doubles at…

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    Game One: A Rocky Royal Start

    Well, that was disappointing.  I wish the Royals could have a do-over.  Everyone appeared significantly amped—the crowd, the Royals and certainly James Shields. Perhaps too much so. The Royals began both the ALDS and ALCS on the road, and played relaxed and confident. Before an excited home crowd, the emotions of the night may have consumed them, and in baseball,…

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    A Royal Reunion

    The energy at Kauffman Stadium these days is electric. It’s a force that’s been popping all over the Kansas City region for months, and as mid-October approached, was sending a buzz across the nation. The Royals, the unlikely underdogs, find themselves standing in a national spotlight and have caused the average Royals fan to sizzle with excitement. You could say…

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    Cancer in KC

    A little more than a year ago, Timothy Pluard made the cross-state career trek from St. Louis to become medical director for Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute in Kansas City. It was an opportunity to get involved in an area of growth that is changing the nature of cancer care in the Kansas City region. His charge was to elevate the…

  • Recent News

    A Royal Reunion

    The energy at Kauffman Stadium these days is electric. It’s a force that’s been popping all over the Kansas City region for months, and as mid-October approached, was sending a buzz across the nation. The Royals, the unlikely underdogs, find themselves standing in a national spotlight and have caused the average Royals fan to sizzle with excitement. You could say…

Royals Take Game 3 - Lead Series 2-1

The Kansas City Royals claim a big win with a 3-2 victory against the Giants in San Francisco's AT&T Park Friday night. The 6th again…

It's the Power of the Tie

About a dozen years or so ago the Royals gave away a tie sponsored by Dodge, featuring pictures of the Avenger alternating with the Royals…

Growing KC Logistics Sector Gets Another Boost

  A Connecticut-based transportation logistics firm will bring 125 jobs to that growing Kansas City business sector, Gov. Jay Nixon’s office has announced. XPO Logistics…

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As I See It

The Time-Off Disconnect

U.S. workers failed to use 169 million days of paid time off, with an aggregate value of $52.4 billion, last…

Back in Action

With Thursday free from World Series action, there was a chance to catch up on unfinished business in the real…

Welcome to the new Ingrams.com

Boy, does it feel good to say that. We’ve invested a lot of time, energy and talent to put together…

Then and Now

So here we are—a mere 29 years later. Not to technically give away my age, but I've lived half my…

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