This week, Chiefs executives met with representatives from six Kansas City-area domestic-violence advocacy groups, ostensibly in hopes of stepping up dialogue about domestic-violence awareness in the wake of their decision to draft receiver Tyreek Hill.
With 12 locations in play for state high school baseball and softball tournaments that began Thursday across Kansas, it wasn’t farfetched, even from the outset, to think there might be problems with spring weather here or there.
Ned Yost has been in professional baseball for more than 40 years and says he’s never seen anything like the collision between Alex Gordon and Mike Moustakas. Now, the Royals must find a way to move on.
Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and will miss the rest of the season, manager Ned Yost said Thursday. Moustakas hasn’t played since Sunday, when he collided with outfielder Alex Gordon.
Because Andover Central shortstop Cole Taylor has been doing this all year, and because he’s developed a reputation for delivering in the clutch, what happened Thursday came as little surprise to those who know him best.