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10/12 Jason talks with Braden Gall of Athlon Sports on the AP Top 25, as well as some of the local action from the weekend. Plus, Jason and Cory discuss what Dayton Moore said about the future of the shortstop position with Mondesi, Lopez and Bobby Witt Jr. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
October 12, 2021 Steven and Nate get a chance to sit down with president of the Kansas City Royals Dayton Moore LIVE from the City Union Mission. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason Evelyn, the Chief Operating Officer at MMC Corp, sits down with the 17Twenty crew this week. The conversation centers on Jason's career at the MMC Corp companies, starting with MW Builders, and including lessons learned through the climb of the ladder, what COVID-19 taught Jason-about-Jason, implementation of core values, and all things in between. ... also, there's a little weed eater talk tossed in for good measure.Pen. Paper. Principles. #movemountains // Show Notes //ECHO 25.4 cc Gas 2-Stroke Cycle Straight Shaft Trimmerhttps://thd.co/3AcG4PLMore Than a Season: Building a Championship Culture, by Dayton Moore and Matt Fulkshttps://amzn.to/3F9NdE8
A child of the midwest and lifelong Royals fan, Dayton Moore, has played the game, scouted it, coached it, and then changed his outlook and decided he could lead a franchise, all the while growing into a man of strong faith with a passion for causes.
Alex and Bobby discuss the stance taken by Phillies and Mets minor leaguers against unfair wages and living conditions this past week, and what it suggests about how the conversation has shifted. Then they run through some listener questions about ethical consumption under baseball, alumni pride for Dayton Moore, what baseball players have in common with elementary school kids, and how we frame contract discussions. This week's Three Up, Three Down features predatory lending for teenagers and lessons in probability. Links: Mets & Phillies minor leaguers protest unfair pay Pay No Attention to the Investment Firm Behind the Predatory Loans! Mike Elk on Roberto Clemente and Curt Flood The Royals explore new stadium options Songs featured in this episode: DeBarge — “I Like It” • Booker T & the M.G.'s — “Green Onions”
9/15 Jason and Cory discuss Dayton Moore and JJ Picollo's promotions yesterday, and who's going to be the face of the front office going forward. They also touch on Norm Macdonald's passing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Royals new look front office is pumped for the future. Plus, the Orlando Brown Jr signing is paying off double, we play some In or Out, and Royals President of Baseball Operations, Dayton Moore, joins the guys to discuss his new title & the future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
9-14-21 The Program opens the show carrying the presser conference Dayton Moore, John Sherman and JJ Piccollo announcing a change in the structure of the Royals hierarchy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of SportsBeat KC, The Star's daily podcast, we talk about the Royals, especially the future of left fielder Andrew Benintendi. But there was also some big Royals news after we finished recording. The Royals have promoted general manager Dayton Moore to club president and elevated assistant GM J.J. Picollo to Moore's former position. We discuss that and other Royals developments. Beat writer Lynn Worthy and columnist Sam Mellinger look ahead to the Royals' 2022 season, starting with Benindenti, who is swinging one of the hottest bats in baseball, and what the club's lineup might look like next spring. Story links: Royals promoting Dayton Moore to president, JJ Picollo to GM Andrew Benintendi makes himself at home in Minnesota, leads Royals offense Mellinger MInutes: Chiefs, Royals, all things Kansas City sports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Seven weeks ago, Dayton Moore appeared on Kevin Kietzman Has Issues and we talked about him stepping away from his duties as General Manager and becoming team president. While nobody else in the media wanted to discuss this, Dayton didn't shy away and told us he'd do whatever Chairman John Sherman wants. Today is the day Moore moves to President and J.J. Picollo takes over as General Manager. We also expect Dayton could oversee the move from Kauffman Stadium to a new downtown ballpark. A completely different challenge.
9/13 Jason Anderson recaps the wild Raiders-Ravens game on MNF, as well as the Manning-cast. Jason's thoughts - the Ravens are in trouble. Also, we get breaking news that the Royals are promoting Dayton Moore and JJ Picollo. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Anthony Hitchens may be one of the most important Chiefs this season. Plus, Whit Merrifield comes through in the clutch, competition makes us all better, this is so Raiders, Dayton Moore says we're seeing this right before our eyes, and Editor-in-Chief of Arrowhead Pride, Pete Sweeney, joins the show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kansas City Royals General Manager Dayton Moore is very public with his faith, openly sharing his adherence to Christianity, and how it impacts his life. KSHB 41 anchor Taylor Hemness spoke to Moore about how he balances a life of faith, and a career in professional sports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode we talk about the trade moves that the Royals made. We talk about what impact these could have on the team moving forward. Also, does Dayton Moore have an issue moving players. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fourthandlong/support
It's been a while, but Bob gets the anti-chiefer button out. Plus, Dayton Moore is learning from experience, Cliches From Camp, Vern joins the guys to talk Royals, and Bob isn't the only one excited for rookies on the o-line. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys enjoyed the Garth concert over the weekend, but an old issued came up. Plus, Dayton Moore doubles down, Ryan has some random observations from camp, we Shout It Out, we gotta be getting close here, you gotta keep this guy out of the west, and nobody wants to follow a legend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Drive opened the show discussing the comments made by Danny Duffy made earlier today on Fescoe in the Morning, and how Duffy is the embodiment of the Dayton Moore era. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
So, the Royals plans for shortstop going forward have been changed. Adalberto Mondesi isn't written in ink. General manager Dayton Moore said because of Mondesi's history of injuries the Royals need to create depth at the position. What will the position look like in 2022? That was the leadoff topic on today's SportsBeat KC, The Star's daily sports podcast with beat writer Lynn Worthy and columnist Vahe Gregorian, who also discussed the team's trade deadline decisions that resulted in moving longtime Royals left-handed pitcher Danny Duffy to the Dodgers, and team home run record holder Jorge Soler to the Braves. Story links: How this season has reshaped the Royals thinking of Adalberto Mondesi Before leaving, Danny Duffy helped a stranger having a medical emergency Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chiefs preseason talk, Dayton Moore on Adalberto Mondesi, Will Parks had the best quote during Chiefs Training Camp so far, we shout it out, Quinn Ewers leaving High School early possibly because of NIL, and Big 12 about to take a big hit in their TV contract. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Drive opened the show discussing how for the first time since the window closed, the fan base seems to be somewhat divided on if Dayton Moore is the right leader for the rebuild. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys open the hour taking a look at “What's Trending” including the news that Colts QB Carson Wentz is to undergo foot surgery that will sideline him for most if not all of the 2021 season. They also review some comments from Royals GM Dayton Moore on FITM about reasons for optimism next season. Cody wonders if the Chiefs defense is focusing on the right thing, and they ask the “Random Question of the Day” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8-2-21 In the first hour of The Zone, Cory Anderson and Todd Leabo talk about Dayton Moore's comments on not being able to count on Mondesi for 162 games and how Chiefs training camp has looked so far. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cody and Alex open the show reviewing some recent comments from Patrick Mahomes and Tyreek Hill on their expectations for Mecole Hardman this year with an increased role in the Chiefs offense. Also discussed: - “Camp Questions” with Frank Clark - Has Baltimore cemented themselves as the top contender in the AFC after signing Justin Houston? - Dayton Moore gives interesting comments on Mondesi's reliability - “Trash of the Day” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Would a pay-per-view Super Bowl chase you off? Plus, Dayton Moore joins us and is incredibly blunt about the 2021 & the future of Adelberto Mondesi, and we try and fail to Know Your Chiefs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Danny Duffy traded to the Dodgers reaction, Chris Jones on what position he will play the most, Ron Kopp of Arrowhead Pride joined to talk Chiefs Training Camp, and Dayton Moore live press conference on trading Danny Duffy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Big 12 said Wednesday that ESPN has been conspiring with other conferences to try to destroy the Big 12. I'll explain what that is all about. Chiefs' training camp started Wednesday. The starting offensive line was kind of what we expected but still somewhat of a surprise for an Andy Reid team. Dayton Moore recently discussed his approach to the trade deadline. You might not be happy, but it does make sense to some extent. Missouri fired AD Jim Sterk. He and the school reportedly mutually agreed to him leaving on Tuesday, but on Wednesday we saw the terms of the separation and it's definitely a firing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7-28-21 The Zone talks about the Royals losing late to the White Sox, a solid outing from Brad Keller and more, plus as we approach the Trade Deadline this Friday, the guys talk about Dayton Moore's comments yesterday about the Trade Market. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys are live in St Joe as the Chiefs kickoff the 2021 season. Plus, the rent is due, our Chiefs Insider has his sights set on this, Dayton Moore doesn't sound like a guy that's interested in making a move, we Shout It Out, the rest of the Big 12 is in a tight spot, the Royals dodged a bullet, the guys want a touch of nasty, and the Olympic Story of the Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7-27-21 The Program talks about what the Royals should be doing at the trade deadline and carry the press conference of Royals GM Dayton Moore. The Program is also joined by Alec Lewis of The Athletic to get his thoughts on what the ball club should do at the deadline. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7-27-21 The Zone talks about another Royals win and Jorge Solar stays hot. What should the Royals do at the Trade Deadline and what is Dayton Moore's best trade? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cody and Alex open up the final hour discussing the possibility of Royals pitcher Danny Duffy getting moved at the trade deadline and what the threshold should be for Dayton Moore to pull the trigger. Also discussed: how the NFL is giving the Scarlet Letter to unvaccinated players this year, Tony Gonzalez's acting chops, and why Cody would make a lousy criminal. They close out the show with “What's Trending” and rehash their conversation with Whit Merrifield. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7-16-21 The Zone talks about what they want to see from the Royals during the second half of the season and the moves they would like to see Dayton Moore make. Plus the USMNT beat Martinique 6-1 last night with a Kansas City connection. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dayton Moore tells me he still loves his job after all these years, even through all the losing since 2015's World Series title. But in sports, we know nothing lasts forever. Dayton is a Royals icon and says going forward he will do "whatever (owner) John Sherman wants me to do." Dayton added, "I want to have a hand in it no matter what," and says he has a great relationship with the owner and is optimistic about the future. In this candid discussion, we talk about several issues facing the club as the second half begins. The Open Championship is underway and one star golfer is fighting with his club manufacturer. Also, KU football coach Lance Leipold missed his first Big 12 media day because of bad weather.
7-12-21 Hour two of The Program opens up playing The Fued with Todd Leabo and is followed by Leabo Soundzzz about Dayton Moore and the Royals future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catching up with the Royals means breaking down the latest news. Andrew Benintendi is back, or at least he was for one game. Brad Keller and Mike Minor pitched well the previous two games but the Royals lost them both. Salvador Perez is in the Home Run Derby, and Bobby Witt Jr. and Nick Pratto will be in the Futures Game. Looking ahead, what should the Royals objectives be now that the season has crossed the midway point? In last place in the AL Central, is it time to look ahead to 2022 and start reshaping the lineup and rotation? On today's SportsBeat KC, beat writer Lynn Worthy and columnist Vahe Gregorian discuss that topic and more with host Blair Kerkhoff. Story links: Reds get to Mike Minor quickly in seventh, and Royals lose series opener Royals general manager Dayton Moore on losing: “I'm not making excuses for anybody.” Check out these 25 best-ever games involving Kansas City-area teams What did we miss? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Everywhere we went this holiday weekend, we were surrounded by upbeat, optimistic and positive people. It's quite a contrast to when Trump was president and liberals were trying to blow up the world. We just keep living and working and making America tick as we wait to vote again. It's so comical, we just laugh this stuff off... like Joe Biden comparing himself to Ronald Reagan. Liberal, woke ESPN is apparently not good enough for liberal reporter Rachel Nichols. She's caught on a hot mic describing here company as having a "crappy record on diversity." And she's now apologized and ok... good thing she's not conservative or she'd be fired. And as the Royals continue to be dreadful, GM Dayton Moore says don't look at the players and coaches, blame me. Ok, we'll analyze if he's correct and then look at Sporting KC and how they just continue to be a perfectly run sports franchise.
With the end of the school year a few weeks ago -- meaning nine of our C-10 students graduated -- and being in the middle of the Major League Baseball season, we felt this would be a good time to get "C" You In The Major Leagues' founder and Royals General Manager Dayton Moore with us. Last week, we recorded this conversation while standing in the middle of a large baseball and softball field at the Jewish Community Center on a very windy day while watching three fields packed with about 130 boys and girls learning baseball skills -- and just enjoying one another -- at the annual CYITML baseball camp. This week we chat with Dayton about the importance of giving back through the baseball camp, the Royals, the C-10 Mentoring & Leadership program and more. LINKS:For more information about the C-10 Mentoring & Leadership program for high school students, visit our website.For all episodes of the C-10 podcast and ways you can listen, click here.If you'd like to make a comment, have a suggestion for a future guest, or your company would like to help underwrite this podcast, please visit our contact page.
For a player who has only appeared in 10 games, we spend a lot of time talking about Adalberto Mondesi. But there's always something to say. Royals beat writer Lynn Worthy and columnist Sam Mellinger join host Blair Kerkhoff and talking about the latest setback, another oblique injury. If the Royals can't count on Mondesi, should they consider moving him from shortstop, or trading him? The conversation started on SportsBeat Live and is now a SportsBeat KC podcast. We also discuss the Royals recent decision to start Kyle Zimmer in an “opener” role, and starting pitching options for manager Mike Matheny going forward. You'll also hear from general manager Dayton Moore. Story links: Dayton Moore frustrated with Kansas City Royals. “We just haven't been healthy” The Royals and Adalberto Mondesi have the same problem. It's a tricky one Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We start off with two things to keep in mind while watching or talking to your friends about the 2021 Royals. Then we hit questions on the differences between John Sherman and David Glass, what the future of the Chiefs' cap and Patrick Mahomes' contract will be, and we even talk a little about the NBA and NHL in Kansas City. The bonus segment is a thorough explanation about the Royals' player development process and bringing prospects into the big leagues from general manager Dayton Moore. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There are two things Robert Moore has been around for most of his life: baseball and winning. The son of Royals general manager Dayton Moore, Robert grew up on the diamond and has been a part of everything from an All-Star Game to a World Series win. And when you're around ballparks and baseball all the time, it gives you an identity early in life. But what happens when you lose that identity? It was early on in Moore's freshman year when he had that crisis. So how did he overcome it and become such an impact player for the Diamond Hogs? Now, Moore is thriving at Arkansas. He became the first Razorback to hit for the cycle since 1994, and has emerged as a fan-favorite for one of the best programs in college baseball. And for the guy known to Razorback fans as Big Shot Bob, he's just getting started.