The Motley Crew is back. This week we have information on Kansas City’s rally behind the women’s World Cup, Whit Merrifield’s career stolen base milestone, how e-sports are growing in the United States and much more.
Nick Lowery was among the many who helped serve the homeless at St. Vincent De Paul for the “Champions for the Homeless” event in Phoenix, Arizona.
Rob Gronkowski, recently retired from the National Football League, was trash-talked during WWE Raw in March.
Lamar Hunt’s California vineyard is for sale for the first time. The 40+ acre property is listed for $19.95 million if you are interested. The residence is 6,615 square feet.
Sporting Kansas City, the Chiefs and Royals are rallying behind Kansas City’s 2026 World Cup bid.
Whit Merrifield got his 100th career stolen base in last Saturday’s game in Washington. The pitcher he stole it off of was Max Scherzer. Whit became the sixth fastest Royal to reach that mark based on games played.
Sporting Kansas City’s halftime lead Saturday at home against the Chicago Fire was their first halftime lead since May 26.
The second goal scored by the United States’ women’s national team in the World Cup Final set a record for the most goals in a Women’s World Cup previously held by the 1999 United States team.
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout unveiled his new shoe line on Monday in Cleveland at the All-Star festivities.
Traditional sports are being challenged these days by e-sports. A Massachusetts dad is trying to make his kid the Tiger Woods of video games and is replacing traditional high school with practice.
When the Big 12 football preseason poll was released on Wednesday, Kansas State was picked ninth. This marks the lowest the Wildcats have been picked since 2011.
Travis Kielce took the stage with Rascal Flats at the American Century Crlebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe.
Think Patrick Mahomes has a strong arm? You are correct:
Travis Kelce attended the wedding of the couple who won the NFL Experience of a Lifetime contest. The couple said it was an experience of a lifetime.