1 edition of The story of the Kansas City Royals found in the catalog.
The story of the Kansas City Royals
|Series||Baseball: the great American game|
|LC Classifications||GV875.K3 L43 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2010024400|
Kansas City Royals - The History of the Team from Brough's Books on Baseball Written in an engaging and absorbing story-telling style by Jeffrey Spivak of The Kansas City Star, it is the first book of its kind. It recounts how few expected the I series clash to be much of a contest, least of all Cardinals fans. Kids who dream of becoming a Kansas City Royal™ (and the parents who dream for them!) will love this exhilarating story, where your child becomes an All-Star. Watch your little phenom storm their way through the majors, from their very first Brand: Hallmark.
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The History of the Kansas City Royals (Book): Stewart, Wayne: Highlights the key personalities and memorable games in the history of the team, begun in , whose wealthy owner, Ewing Kauffman, vowed to make the Royals into champions. For Royals minor-league outfielder Nick Heath, Jackie Robinson isn’t just a man or an iconic on’s story is a big topic, encompassing race, history, American culture and a Author: Lynn Worthy.
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The Story of the Kansas City Royals book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The history of the Kansas City Royals professional ba /5.
The Royals, against what many pundits thought, won the World Series. This book is a review of that year, but misses the emotion that this long-time (since ) Royals fan felt. The best part of this book was the short vignettes of the players scattered throughout the book which told from where they came/5(7).
Titled "Touching Home: The Story of the Kansas City Royals' Dream Season and Magical Run to the World Series," compiles the best coverage from The Kansas City Star's award-winning sports department and photography staff.
The book will be a lasting commemorative of a great team and spectacular season. - x 11 inches - Hardcover with Author: Kansas City Star Books. How can a Kansas City Royals book not be a 5 star read. I'm a huge Royals fan & watch them play every chance I get (and have way before the season).
This is a book I will keep on my bookshelf to go back & re-read to relive the glorious season/5. Battling to the final pitch in the ninth inning of Game 7 of the World Series, the Kansas City Royals completed one of the most memorable campaigns in baseball history.
Relive this epic season and learn about the players whose championship quest ended just /5(6). The Story of the Kansas City Royals (Book): Gilbert, Sara: Examines the history, players, and future of the Kansas City Royals baseball team.
Get this from a library. The story of the Kansas City Royals. [Sara Gilbert] -- Examines the Kansas City Royals from their first season to the present and includes great moments in history. Mired in the longest playoff drought of any major American sports team, Kansas City became the laughingstock of baseball.
Then in something strange happened: the Royals posted a winning record. Heading into the next season, KC fans harbored an optimism not seen since the glory days of Brett, White, McRae, and Saberhagen/5(6). For 50 years, the most True Blue fans in baseball have loved and supported their Royals. This is that story.
Kansas City Royals: 50 Years: A Golden History is the Royals one and only official 50th anniversary commemorative book. Featuring more than photos, classic memorabilia, and original essays by George Brett, Eric Hosmer, Frank White, Jeff Montgomery, Bret Saberhagen, Denny Matthews, Dayton Moore 5/5(7).
The official website of the Kansas City Royals with the most up-to-date information on scores, schedule, stats, tickets, and team news.
Tales from the Kansas City Royals Dugout: A Collection of the Greatest Royals Stories Ever Told (Tales from the Team) by Denny Matthews, Matt Fulks, et al. Only 16 left in stock (more on the way).
The Night the World Turned Royal Blue (The Road to the World) by Jason Sivewright, Kevin Howdeshell, et al. The Story of the Kansas City Royals by Nate LeBoutillier,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). The story of the Kansas City Royals.
[Nate LeBoutillier] -- "The history of the Kansas City Royals professional baseball team from its inaugural season to today, spotlighting the team's greatest players and most memorable moments"--Provided by publisher. Kansas City was the team on the rise.
The Royals came into existence into and by they produced a winning team. They went on a bit of a roller coaster, slipping below in &but winning 88 games in and hitting a high point with 91 wins in ’ Kansas City had been managed by some good names—Bob Lemon shepherded. The never-say-die Royals clinch the World Series in a remarkable, unforgettable fifth game and bring the crown home to Kansas City.
Now you can capture forever the magic of this brilliant season -- from spring training to the regular season to the marvelous, nail-biting playoffs -- in this book by The Kansas City : Kansas City Star Books. Th e Royals are celebrating the upcoming milestone 50th season by creating for fans a special edition commemorative coffee table book.
The beautiful hardcover book is a visual symbol of Royals history, full of remarkable memories and snapshots. Created and authored by the Royals organization, this one-of-a-kind collectible features a treasure trove of photos from the Royals.
Crowned: The story of the relentless Kansas City Royals and their brilliant run to a World Championship The Kansas City Royals are World Champions. The never-say-die Royals clinch the World Series in a remarkable, unforgettable fifth game and bring the crown home to Kansas City.
Ninety Feet Away book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Few baseball teams matched the success of the Kansas City Royals in /5(2). Book Overview The history of the Kansas City Royals professional baseball team from its inaugural season to today, spotlighting the team's greatest players and most memorable moments.
Edition Details. The Royals are the best Kansas City Royals team in 29 years. Their magical climb to the World Series, and the narrow Game-7 loss, has cemented this year's team into the history books of both.
The Story of the Kansas City Royals (Book): LeBoutillier, Nate: "The history of the Kansas City Royals professional baseball team from its inaugural season to today, spotlighting the team's greatest players and most memorable moments"--Provided by publisher. The Paperback of the Ninety Feet Away: The Story of the Kansas City Royals by Kent Krause at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Kent Krause.The 'Kansas City' Royals debuted inbut Paul Splittorff was actually a Royals a year earlier.
The lefthander played for the Royals organization's first minor league affiliate, the Corning Royals, after being drafted in He made his major league debut on Septem and in became the franchises' first 20 game winner.