The Kansas City Royals lost an entire generation of fans of their Major League Baseball team. Nearly relentless losing during the 1990s and 2000s eroded generations of good will built up during several playoff appearances in the 1970s, an American League championship in 1980, and finally a World Series victory in 1985. With family in Wichita, Kansas, Dayton Moore grew up a Royals fan. As a college freshman he watched that World Series from just beyond the outfield wall on the shoulder of Interstate 70.
Moore joined me for 30 minutes to talk about failure, perseverance, character, ego, and the wisdom of Jesus Christ.
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