Diamonds in the Rough 8.11 Reviewed by Momizat on . Another good day by the Royals affiliates going 6-1 on Saturday.  HR Roll Call Christian Colon (6) Justin Trapp (9) Bubba Starling (8)    Pine Tar Press Another good day by the Royals affiliates going 6-1 on Saturday.  HR Roll Call Christian Colon (6) Justin Trapp (9) Bubba Starling (8)    Pine Tar Press Rating:
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Diamonds in the Rough 8.11

Another good day by the Royals affiliates going 6-1 on Saturday.  HR Roll Call Christian Colon (6) Justin Trapp (9) Bubba Starling (8) 


Pine Tar Press Hitter of the Day Christian Colon 2-3 2b, HR, BB, 2 R, 2 RBI

Pine Tar Press Pitcher of the Day Andy Ferguson 7 IP 5 H 1 R 1 ER 1 BB 6 K

Binford, Brickhouse and Moen

Pine Tar Press Rookie League Player of the Day Christian Binford 7 IP 3 H 1 R 1 ER 0 BB 7 K


Omaha Storm Chasers 7 Tucson Padres 2

Lefthand starter Chris Dwyer saved the pen on this night giving the Chasers 9 innings for a win.  Coming into the game Dwyer was averaging just a little over 5 innings per AAA start carrying a 7.53 ERA in his five starts but he was a tad better in this one.  It didn’t appear early that he’d be able to make it 9 innings after walking four hitters in the first five innings while allowing runs in the 4th and 5th but he found a groove allowing just two hits in the final four innings to give the pen a rest.  The Chasers offense rewarded Dwyer with some insurance runs in the 7th and 8th scoring four runs to expand on a 3-2 lead that had been built with a two run home run by Christian Colon in the 2nd and a Mitch Maier RBI groundout.  The win pushed the Chasers magic number to nine.


W: Dwyer (3-3, 6.21) L: Stauffer (0-1, 3.38)

Omaha Storm Chasers
Irving Falu3B500000001.322
Anthony Seratelli1B211100020.296
Johnny Giavotella2B311000010.326
Wil MyersCF300000013.292
Clint RobinsonDH400000000.290
David LoughLF322000210.280
Christian ColonSS322101210.300
Mitch MaierRF411010200.255
Adam MooreC301000101.252
2B: Seratelli (12, Stauffer), Colon, C (1, Wells, K).
3B: Maier (1, Wells, K).
HR: Colon, C (1, 2nd inning off Stauffer, 1 on, 2 out).
TB: Moore; Giavotella; Lough 2; Colon, C 6; Seratelli 2; Maier 3.
RBI: Colon, C 2 (3), Maier 2 (8), Moore (20), Lough 2 (58).
2-out RBI: Colon, C 2; Lough 2.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Falu; Colon, C.
SF: Moore.
GIDP: Robinson, C 2.
Team RISP: 2-for-7.
SB: Seratelli (14, 3rd base off Wells, K/Rodriguez, E), Giavotella (7, 2nd base off Wells, K/Rodriguez, E).
CS: Seratelli (3, home by Stauffer/Rodriguez, E).FIELDING
Outfield assists: Lough (Robertson at home).
DP: (Falu-Giavotella-Seratelli).

Tucson Padres
Daniel RobertsonCF403000010.303
Beamer WeemsSS200000010.249
Andy Parrino2B402100101.340
Vince Belnome1B210000021.261
Jesus MerchanDH402000000.408
Anthony Contreras3B300000001.274
Eddy RodriguezC400000100.000
Sawyer CarrollRF400000001.255
Blake TekotteLF411000000.252
2B: Parrino (16, Dwyer).
TB: Merchan 2; Tekotte; Robertson 3; Parrino 3.
RBI: Rodriguez, E (1), Parrino (23).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Contreras 2; Carroll; Merchan.
SAC: Contreras; Weems.
GIDP: Parrino.
Team RISP: 2-for-8.
E: Rodriguez, E (1, pickoff).
Outfield assists: Carroll (Moore at home).
DP: 2 (Weems-Belnome, Weems-Parrino-Belnome).
Omaha Storm Chasers
Chris Dwyer (W, 3-3)9.08224406.21
Tucson Padres
Tim Stauffer (L, 0-1)3.04221113.38
Kip Wells4.24545305.27
Jason Ray1.10000103.79
WP: Wells, K, Ray.


Frisco Rough Riders 10 NW Arkansas Naturals 3

The Rough Riders made things extremely rough on Naturals pitching to take game one of the two teams series.  Frisco got after Naturals starter Sugar Ray Marimon for ten hits, two walks and four runs in just 5 innings to give him his 4th AA loss.  They didn’t stop with Sugar Ray though as they put six more runs on the board off Ryan Dennick and Buddy Baumann as part of seven consecutive innings with at least one run.  The Naturals knocked out quite a few hits of their own with 11 but couldn’t do as much damage crossing the plate with just 3 runs in defeat.

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W: Tepesch (5-2, 3.93) L: Marimon (3-4, 3.73)

Frisco RoughRiders
Engel BeltreCF423000110.263
Jurickson ProfarSS411000001.279
Jared HoyingLF411000011.280
Chris McGuiness1B501000112.249
Zach ZaneskiC522000210.288
Tommy Mendonca3B512101202.257
Alex Buchholz2B513101201.255
Val MajewskiDH411000000.233
Jared PrinceRF512001101.219
2B: Mendonca (1, Marimon), Buchholz (9, Marimon).
HR: Mendonca (2, 5th inning off Marimon, 1 on, 2 out), Prince (10, 6th inning off Dennick, 0 on, 0 out), Buchholz (6, 7th inning off Dennick, 0 on, 1 out).
TB: Majewski, V; Prince 5; McGuiness; Mendonca 6; Zaneski 2; Beltre, E 3; Buchholz 7; Profar; Hoying.
RBI: Buchholz 2 (32), Mendonca 2 (6), Prince (36), McGuiness (63), Zaneski 2 (30), Beltre, E (46).
2-out RBI: Mendonca 2; McGuiness.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Zaneski 3; Profar 2; Majewski, V; Buchholz.
GIDP: Hoying.
Team RISP: 4-for-16.
SB: Profar (15, 2nd base off Dennick/Pina).
CS: Beltre, E (7, 2nd base by Marimon/Pina).FIELDING
E: Tepesch (1, throw).
DP: (Mendonca-Buchholz-McGuiness).
Pickoffs: Tepesch (Prades at 1st base).

Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Yem PradesCF502000002.257
Whit Merrifield2B301000120.353
Brian FletcherLF500000003.254
Kevin KouzmanoffDH501100000.287
Manny PinaC301000000.269
    a- Julio RodriguezPH-C111000000.230
Mario Lisson1B401000000.254
Carlo TestaRF311000011.256
Rey Navarro3B302000210.256
Alex McClureSS311000001.233
a-Singled for Pina in the 8th.
2B: Kouzmanoff (8, Tepesch).
TB: Rodriguez, Jul; McClure; Kouzmanoff 2; Lisson; Merrifield; Testa, C; Pina; Prades 2; Navarro 2.
RBI: Merrifield (3), Navarro 2 (38).
2-out RBI: Merrifield; Navarro.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Kouzmanoff 2; Fletcher 2; McClure 3.
SAC: McClure.
GIDP: Lisson.
Team RISP: 5-for-17.
SB: Testa, C (9, 2nd base off Tepesch/Zaneski), Lisson (16, 2nd base off Tepesch/Zaneski).
PO: Prades (1st base by Tepesch).FIELDING
DP: (Merrifield-McClure-Lisson).

Frisco RoughRiders
Nicholas Tepesch (W, 5-2)6.09222403.93
Richard Bleier1.22111104.88
Ryan Rodebaugh1.10001202.11
Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Sugar Ray Marimon (L, 3-4)5.010442213.73
Ryan Dennick2.13552324.77
Buddy Baumann1.23110304.12
WP: Dennick 2.
Balk: Tepesch.

Wilmington Blue Rocks 2 Salem Red Sox 1 

Another good start from Andy Ferguson paced the way to a Rocks victory Saturday.  Ferguson, selected in the 18th round last year, has been steady at all three levels he’s stopped at this season.  The right-hander limited the Red Sox to just five hits in seven innings allowing just a solo home run while striking out six against one walk, earning his second win for the Blue Rocks.  Wilmington didn’t put up much offense themselves scoring just a run in the 3rd on a Cheslor Cuthbert single and another in the 5th on a single by Lane Adams that drove in Brett Eibner who scored both runs.  Those two runs were all Wilmington needed thanks to Ferguson’s effort and that of Robinson Yambati who worked the final two inning scoreless while striking out three.


W: Ferguson (2-2, 3.49) L: Couch (8-9, 3.75)
S: Yambati (2)

Salem Red Sox
Felix SanchezDH402000000.255
Heiker MenesesSS301000001.299
Michael Almanzar1B301000000.303
    Drew Hedman1B100000001.204
Brandon JacobsLF400000002.259
Shannon WilkersonCF300000010.277
Sean Coyle2B300000011.242
Lucas LeBlancRF401100002.226
Carson BlairC311001101.203
Zach Gentile3B300000001.200
2B: LeBlanc (7, Ferguson).
HR: Blair (2, 3rd inning off Ferguson, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Almanzar; LeBlanc 2; Sanchez, F 2; Blair 4; Meneses.
RBI: Blair (16).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Jacobs 2; Blair; Hedman.
SAC: Meneses.
GIDP: LeBlanc.
Team RISP: 0-for-7.
SB: Sanchez, F (24, 2nd base off Ferguson/Graterol), Wilkerson (26, 2nd base off Ferguson/Graterol), Meneses (17, 2nd base off Yambati/Graterol).
CS: Wilkerson (5, 3rd base by Ferguson/Graterol).FIELDING
E: Coyle (14, fielding).
DP: (Coyle-Meneses-Almanzar).

Wilmington Blue Rocks
Orlando CalixteSS400000001.271
Brett EibnerCF221000011.203
Lane AdamsRF402100100.233
Matt Fields1B300000013.295
Cheslor Cuthbert3B403100100.225
Geulin BeltreLF402000000.243
Murray WattsDH400000003.194
Juan GraterolC400000000.302
Angel Franco2B300000000.269
2B: Adams (7, Couch), Cuthbert (14, Latimer).
TB: Cuthbert 4; Beltre 2; Adams 3; Eibner.
RBI: Cuthbert (51), Adams (17).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Franco; Cuthbert; Graterol 2.
GIDP: Beltre.
Team RISP: 3-for-11.
SB: Adams (7, 2nd base off Couch/Blair), Beltre (14, 2nd base off Latimer/Blair).FIELDING
E: Graterol (2, throw), Fields, M (2, fielding), Eibner (6, fielding).
DP: (Franco-Calixte-Fields, M).

Salem Red Sox
Keith Couch (L, 8-9)5.06222403.75
Will Latimer3.02000403.38
Wilmington Blue Rocks
Andy Ferguson (W, 2-2)7.05111613.49
Robinson Yambati (S, 2)2.01001302.25
WP: Couch.
HBP: Eibner (by Couch).

Kane County Cougars 4 Cedar Rapids Kernals 3

Groundballs were the name of the game for starter Bryan Brickhouse helping the Cougars take the first game of their series with Cedar Rapids.  Brickhouse had one hiccup in his 7 innings, a three run that featured a wild pitch to score one run and a fielding error by Justin Trapp to score another, giving the Kernals a 3-1 lead.  Brickhouse would get back into a groove retiring 10 of the last 11 hitters he would face five of which came via groundouts to give him fifteen ground outs in his seven innings.  The Cougars rewarded his work with a three run 6th giving him the lead with a RBI singles from Jack Lopez and Dean Espy in front of a sac fly by Alex Llanos that gave them the lead.  Second baseman Justin Trapp made up for his error with a solo home run in the 4th and a triple that got the 6th inning rally started.  Reliever Andrew Triggs pitched the final two inning scoreless with a pair of strikeouts to earn his first save of the year while upping his strikeout total with the Cougars to 34 in 28.2 innings.

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Cedar Rapids000300000340

W: Brickhouse (3-3, 5.61) L: Johnson (4-6, 5.27)
S: Triggs (1)

Kane County Cougars
Justin Trapp2B523011101.262
Jack LopezSS511000102.207
Daniel MateoDH402000001.275
Dean Espy1B411000100.257
Michael Antonio3B301000011.224
Alex LlanosCF300000100.279
Julio AparicioLF400000002.256
Tim FergusonRF401000001.286
Kenny SwabC301000010.237
3B: Trapp, J (9, Johnson, M).
HR: Trapp, J (9, 4th inning off De Jiulio, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Antonio; Mateo 2; Swab; Trapp, J 8; Lopez; Espy; Ferguson.
RBI: Trapp, J (38), Lopez (10), Espy (20), Llanos (18).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Llanos; Mateo; Lopez.
SF: Llanos.
Team RISP: 3-for-8.
E: Trapp, J (16, fielding), Lopez (12, throw).
PB: Swab (11).
DP: (Lopez-Espy).
Cedar Rapids Kernels
Drew MartinezRF400000010.255
Trevor Hairgrove3B300000011.228
Eric StametsSS300000011.297
Andy WorkmanCF311100010.274
Frazier Hall1B310000010.256
Zachary BorensteinLF400000100.237
Gary MitchellDH410000002.253
Abel BakerC402000100.242
Jarrod Parks2B401100000.111
2B: Workman (14, Brickhouse), Parks (1, Brickhouse).
TB: Baker, A 2; Workman 2; Parks 2.
RBI: Borenstein (34), Baker, A (32).
2-out RBI: Baker, A.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Hairgrove; Parks; Martinez, D; Borenstein.
GIDP: Workman.
Team RISP: 1-for-8.
SB: Mitchell (7, 2nd base off Brickhouse/Swab).FIELDING
Outfield assists: Workman (Mateo at 3rd base).

Kane County Cougars
Bryan Brickhouse (W, 3-3)7.03314205.61
Andrew Triggs (S, 1)2.01001201.26
Cedar Rapids Kernels
Frank De Jiulio5.02111315.91
Michael Johnson (BS, 2)(L, 4-6)3.06331205.27
Stephen Tromblee1.02000304.17
WP: Brickhouse, De Jiulio.


Idaho Falls Chukars 6 Orem Owlz 4

The bottom of the Chukars order did much of the heavy lifting Saturday in leading them to a win over Orem.  Those final three hitters Parker Morin, Nick Delguidice and Diego Goris combined for seven of the teams ten hits while scoring all six of the teams runs and connecting for four of the teams five extra base hits.  Delguidice and Goris each drove in a run in the 4th inning to reclaim a lead that the defense had given away in the top half of the inning.  Idaho Falls would tack on another run in the 6th to push their lead to 6-3 which would be enough for the win.  Starter Alec Mills earned his first win spreading out eight hits over six innings while giving up three unearned runs and striking out five.

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W: Mills (1-3, 3.06) L: Diaz (4-4, 5.33)
S: Allen (4)

Orem Owlz
Joel CapoteCF401000001.392
Sherman Johnson2B402000110.229
Wade Hinkle1B501000000.319
Michael Snyder3B412000001.324
Michael BolaskiDH411000000.287
Chevy ClarkeRF401000002.297
Wendell SotoSS410000002.312
Andrew RayLF412100200.307
Adrian GutierrezC200000001.290
    a- Jonathan WalshPH100000000.305
    Anthony BemboomC000000000.187
    b- Caleb BushyheadPH100000000.291
a-Lined out for Gutierrez in the 7th. b-Flied out for Bemboom in the 9th.
2B: Ray (14, Mills).
TB: Johnson, S 2; Capote; Bolaski; Snyder 2; Ray 3; Hinkle; Clarke, C.
RBI: Ray 2 (30), Johnson, S (12).
2-out RBI: Ray 2.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Ray; Gutierrez; Snyder 2.
GIDP: Hinkle, Snyder.
Team RISP: 2-for-10.
E: Soto, W (12, fielding).
PB: Gutierrez (2).
Outfield assists: Capote (Chapman at home).
DP: (Snyder-Johnson, S-Hinkle).
Idaho Falls Chukars
Ethan ChapmanCF300000010.325
Adalberto MondesiSS402100201.307
Elier HernandezRF401000001.218
Nicholas CuckovichLF400000001.264
Jin-Ho ShinDH400000002.282
Rainier Bello1B400000001.255
Parker MorinC412100000.298
Nick DelGuidice3B332100110.308
Diego Goris2B323200300.276
2B: Goris 2 (5, Diaz, Ja, O’Grady), DelGuidice (10, Diaz, Ja), Mondesi (5, Diaz, Ja), Morin (7, Morin, M).
TB: Hernandez; Mondesi 3; DelGuidice 3; Morin 3; Goris 5.
RBI: Goris 3 (18), Mondesi 2 (21), DelGuidice (13).
2-out RBI: DelGuidice; Goris 2; Mondesi.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Cuckovich; Chapman; DelGuidice.
GIDP: Cuckovich.
Team RISP: 4-for-10.
E: Mondesi (15, fielding).
PB: Morin (5).
DP: 2 (Bello, R-Mondesi-Bello, R, Mondesi-Goris-Bello, R).
Orem Owlz
Jairo Diaz (L, 4-4)4.07552105.33
Joseph Krehbiel1.00000207.17
Chris O’Grady1.12110206.00
Austin Adams0.20000103.27
Robert Powell0.20000004.50
Mike Morin0.11000004.21
Idaho Falls Chukars
Alec Mills (W, 1-3)6.08300503.06
Andrew Stueve (H, 1)2.00001202.70
Kevin Allen (S, 4)1.02110006.04
WP: Diaz, Ja 2, Mills.
HBP: Capote (by Stueve).

Burlington Royals 7 Bluefield Blue Jays 2

Good offense and pitching earned the Royals a win in the third game of their four game series with Bluefield.  Starter Christian Binford put together his best start so far striking out seven in a season high seven innings while allowing just three hits, one run and no walks. The lack of walks is nothing new for Binford as he’s walked just two in his 28 innings and currently is riding a 22.2 inning streak without a walk allowed.  The Royals didn’t need to give Binford much support but they did anyway knocking out seven runs on eleven hits, six of which went for extra bases including Bubba Starling’s 8th home run of the season.


W: Binford (2-1, 2.25) L: Comer (3-3, 3.95)

Burlington Royals
Terrance GoreLF500000003.278
Humberto ArteagaSS512000001.269
Bubba StarlingCF511001202.286
Patrick Leonard3B422100001.266
Cameron GallagherC400000000.269
Mark Threlkeld1B412100101.306
Fred FordDH321100112.260
Alex HudakRF302100310.417
Jose Rodriguez2B401100000.217
2B: Threlkeld (14, Comer), Ford (9, Comer), Rodriguez, Js (2, Murphy), Leonard (6, Dorsett), Hudak (3, Dorsett).
HR: Starling (8, 5th inning off Comer, 1 on, 1 out).
TB: Arteaga 2; Leonard 3; Starling 4; Threlkeld 3; Rodriguez, Js 2; Ford 2; Hudak 3.
RBI: Ford (28), Hudak 3 (4), Starling 2 (30), Threlkeld (29).
2-out RBI: Ford; Hudak 3; Threlkeld.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Leonard; Rodriguez, Js 2.
Team RISP: 4-for-11.
CS: Hudak (1, 2nd base by Murphy/Nessy), Rodriguez, Js (1, 3rd base by Murphy/Nessy).FIELDING
E: Arteaga 2 (7, throw, throw).

Bluefield Blue Jays
Jorge Vega-RosadoDH401000000.307
Dennis JonesCF300000002.186
Christian Lopes2B400000100.268
Seth Conner1B400000001.344
Santiago NessyC411001102.237
Nico TaylorLF400000001.233
Dickie ThonSS401000001.220
Jacob AndersonRF301010001.194
Emilio Guerrero3B311000000.100
3B: Anderson, J (1, Binford).
HR: Nessy (5, 5th inning off Binford, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Guerrero, Em; Nessy 4; Anderson, J 3; Thon, D; Vega-Rosado.
RBI: Nessy (17), Lopes (21).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Guerrero, Em; Anderson, J; Conner.
SAC: Jones.
Team RISP: 0-for-4.
E: Lopes (10, fielding).
Burlington Royals
Christian Binford (W, 2-1)7.03110712.25
John Walter2.02110102.08
Bluefield Blue Jays
Kevin Comer (L, 3-3)5.07441513.95
Griffin Murphy2.01000301.29
Brandon Dorsett2.03331201.82


DSL Royals 17 DSL Rays 3

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DSL Rays000200010363

W: Rios (3-1, 3.13) L: Crisostomo (1-3, 3.83)

DSL Royals
Jeckson FloresSS453100220.224
Eddy MeloLF303100310.284
    1- Brawlun GomezPR-LF010000110.198
Wander Franco3B510000011.299
Cristian Cano2B211000130.288
Luis LaraC613000001.287
Cesar Gonzalez1B421000110.209
Johan SantaDH410000111.293
Jose SolanoRF533010100.258
Jose GironCF521000101.222
1-Ran for Melo in the 6th.
2B: Flores, J (7, Crisostomo), Melo (8, Crisostomo).
3B: Solano (3, De La Cruz, Di).
TB: Lara 3; Cano; Solano 5; Flores, J 4; Melo 4; Gonzalez, C; Giron.
RBI: Solano (19), Flores, J 2 (20), Melo 3 (38), Santa (15), Cano (25), Gonzalez, C (19), Giron (10), Gomez, B (21).
2-out RBI: Flores, J 2; Melo.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Cano; Franco; Lara 2; Santa.
SF: Cano; Gomez, B.
GIDP: Franco 2, Solano.
Team RISP: 7-for-18.
SB: Solano (7, 2nd base off Arguila/Maria).FIELDING
E: Franco (12, fielding), Lara (3, throw).
PB: Lara (9).
Outfield assists: Giron (Aguero at 3rd base).
DP: (Cano-Gonzalez, C).

DSL Rays
Cristian ToribioSS310000011.263
Bill Pujols2B401000100.274
Alexander Simon3B411000000.297
Ismael Aguero1B412100100.288
Jose RojasDH300000010.267
Elias TorresCF401000000.285
Eric MariaC400000000.237
Roberto AdolfoLF300000002.241
Joel JumesRF301100001.150
2B: Aguero (21, Rios), Jumes (4, Rios).
TB: Aguero 3; Jumes 2; Torres; Pujols; Simon.
RBI: Aguero (32), Pujols (10).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Pujols; Adolfo; Aguero.
GIDP: Torres.
Team RISP: 2-for-7.
E: Pujols (10, fielding), Maria (3, throw), Toribio (14, throw).
PB: Maria 5 (8).
Outfield assists: Torres (Lara at base).
DP: 3 (Pujols-Toribio-Aguero, Toribio-Pujols-Aguero, Simon-Pujols-Aguero).
DSL Royals
Ronny Rios (W, 3-1)5.05210303.13
Branly Crisostomo2.00000003.13
Jesus Ortiz1.01111102.49
Yerinson Tatis1.00001002.89
DSL Rays
Christopher Crisostomo (L, 1-3)2.04401203.83
Nelson Arguila2.05311104.36
Eddy Castillo2.02332109.00
Erodis Castillo1.00435007.02
Dionicio De La Cruz2.04331004.50
Castillo, Ed pitched to 2 batters in the 7th.
Castillo, Er pitched to 3 batters in the 8th.WP: Rios 2, Ortiz, J, Crisostomo, Arguila, Castillo, Ed, Castillo, Er, De La Cruz, Di 5.


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I grew up on the mean gravel roads of Iowa where I started my love for baseball from the age of 2. George Brett and the voice of Denny Matthews deepened my love even more for the Royals as my father and I spent summers listening to the team on our deck or in the car on our way to or from my little league and high school games. Sports was always the common bond that my father and I enjoyed and the Royals were in the center of that.I currently live in La Vista with my wife, two sons, two dogs and a pair of gross cats where we are grinding through until we can move somewhere warm when we retire. I own Casino Cab Company and Bluffs Affordable Auto Repair in Council Bluffs trying to build my 1% empire. If you are in the area you can find me at Omaha Storm Chasers games on most nights or just follow me on twitter @ClintScoles.

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