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Royals Review Radio: The new owner episode

Plus we talk to Kevin Collison about downtown baseball

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To paraphrase Denny Matthews, John Sherman is the difference between “for sale” and “sold.” Our Max Rieper, Shaun Newkirk, and Craig Brown discuss the new owner of the Royals, and what the sale of the club means for the future of the Royals. We also talk to Kevin Collison of City Scene KC to discuss a potential downtown baseball stadium for the Royals. In this episode we discuss:

What does the sale of the team mean for Dayton Moore?

What is David Glass’ legacy?

Will the Royals end up downtown? And what about traffic and parking?

Here are links to some of the things we talked about:

Craig Brown’s article on how the sale of the club is good for everyone involved.

Jon Heyman’s report that Dayton Moore will sign a long extension once the sale is final.

Kevin Collison’s article at City Scene KC on downtown baseball and the East Village ballpark site.

Steve Vockrodt’s article on potential downtown stadium sites.

You can read Kevin Collison and follow stories on downtown Kansas City at, and you can follow him on Twitter at @kckansascity and you can follow City Scene KC at @cityscenekc.

You can also follow Max Rieper on Twitter at @maxrieper, Shaun Newkirk at @shauncore, and Craig Brown at @CraigBrown_BP. Royals Review Radio is available on iTunes.