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Actually, I love all sports (still working on some hockey love, though).
I believe that every team in Kansas City has a shot this year. As it did last year, and basically every year for the past 30.
As a professional, I utilize several neurological and physiological training techniques in a program I designed to teach athletes how to attain a peak performance mentality and enter the infamous "zone". Some of the tools implemented are: neurofeedback, Interactive Metronome, visualization/imagery and heart rate variability.
I love all Kansas City sports. Chiefs, Wizards, Explorers...makes no difference; however, my true love is baseball and the Royals.
LET'S GO ROYALS!
Team Doyle in Toronto when you were 15? Is this the right guy? If so, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I played with you...you were a huge Mizzou fan.
Sorry you are a Royals fan, Jordan.
They are terrible and were dreadful to play for.
I have just finished the tenth installment in my series running down who I feel are the top ten players in the history of each MLB frannchise. The most recent one is on the Royals, take a look when you get a chance and let me know what you think of my choices.
Hey Jordan, I'd love a Royals fan's opinion on this:
I have been writing articles on the MLB 9s and I thought you might be interested in reading my Royals' piece.
Any feedback or comments would be appreciated.
Here's how we all voted. Thanks so much for the help. Enjoy.
Who from your team makes this infamous list?
Check it out when you get the chance.
Former MLB player Eric Karros called my article into question on Colin Cowherd's ESPN Radio show yesterday.
He challenged me for a re-do: but here's my response.
I assure you, it's not just a ridiculous personal attack, but it shows that Karros was off-base with his statements.
Week 2 of my MLB Power Rankings: Deadline Edition. If you get the chance, I'd appreciate it if you took a look. Thanks.
I'm a Featured Columnist for the Indians here on Bleacher, and I'm polling the FCs from other MLB teams for an upcoming article on what went wrong with the 2009 Indians from an outsider's perspective.
Your participation in a brief survey for the article would be greatly appreciated.
Here is the link to the survey:
The deadline for the survey is Sunday August 2.
I look forward to reading your opinions!