KC Royals 1985 World Series Win
Members of 1985 Royals World Series Team “Revive ’85”
Recently, the Kansas City Baseball Historical Society sponsored a 30th anniversary reunion for members of the ’85 Kansas City Royals World Series championship team. The event, held past August at the NKC Harrah’s Casino, drew close to 500 fans who were eager to help celebrate the most important milestone in the history of Kansas City baseball, a World Series Championship.
From ’55-’67, Kansas City had a MLB franchise, the Athletics (A’s). In ’69, A’s owner, Charlie Finley, moved his franchise to Oakland, CA. Kansas City was without a MLB team for the next 5 years. In ’73, Ewing Kauffman brought MLB back to KC and named his new team, the Royals. The Royals appeared in the MLB playoffs in ’76, ’77, ’78, ’80, ’81, and ’84. Prior to winning their World Series championship in ’85, the closest that the Royals came to winning a crown was in the ’80 World Series when they were defeated by the Philadelphia Phillies.
At the reunion, many old time Kansas City A’s and Royals fans were treated to many memorable stories by members of the ’85 team, Jim Sundberg, C, Charlie Liebrandt, P, Buddy Biancalana, SS, and Pat Sheridan, OF. Also attending Royals Hall of Famers, Hal McCrae, Frank White, Dennis Leonard, and Bret Saberhagen. Other players and/or wives attending were Danny Jackson, Mike Jones, Lynn Jones, Darryl Motley, Steve Farr, Greg Pryor, trainer, Mickey Cobb, Nancy Howser and Janie Quisenberry-Stone
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