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Jimmy Nielsen went out a winner. When Real Salt Lake’s Lovel Palmer’s shot hit the cross bar above Nielsen’s head, he and his Sporting Kansas City teammates claimed the franchise’s...

Sports is the universal barrier breaker. Sports can cross racial barriers, socio-economic barriers, political barriers and national barriers. Roll a ball onto a field and a game wi...

Alan Hendricks, and his brother Randy, formed Hendricks Sports Management nearly 50 years ago. They actually got their start representing pro football players, but switched to base...

Verne Lundquist has been in broadcasting for well over 60 years covering a wide variety of sports, all with his silky, smooth delivery. He was there for Christian Laettner’s shot t...

Sam Mellinger is on a very long list of well-known sportswriters who have toiled their craft with The Kansas City Star. Sam has been with The Star for almost all of his award-winni...

Ron Blomberg never wanted to be known as strictly a designated hitter. As a first-round draft pick by the New York Yankees, he envisioned himself as another in the long run of Yank...

Bill Raftery was a pretty good college coach, but he found his niche when he moved over a few chairs to the broadcast position. His catchy expressions and enthusiasm make him a fan...

America’s most-respected—and yet most hated—college basketball officials takes it all in stride. A man who has officiated 24 NCAA tournaments, he doesn’t get too amped up in a big-...

Bob Davis spent 50 years broadcasting sports in the Midwest, including Fort Hays State, the Kansas Jayhawks and the Kansas City Royals. Jeff Bollig worked in sports information for...

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