Welcome to the latest edition of The Motley Crew. We call it your Saturday morning Mr. Feelgood. We have a lot of interesting information today but it won’t take long for you to go through it.
The Los Angeles Angels’ first home game since the passing of their teammate Tyler Skaggs ended in a combined no-hitter for the team against the Seattle Mariners.
Bill Self could draw an offensive foul back at Oklahoma State. Jesse Newell reminded us of that recently.
Sporting Kansas City forward Gerso Fernandes scored his first MLS goal of the season in Vancouver on Saturday. Gerso scored four goals in the CONCACAF Champions League but has been unable to score in an MLS match until this week.
Bubba Starling’s first major league hit on Saturday means that he will have more career hits prior to his 27th birthday than Whit Merrifield had on his 27th birthday.
The Big 12 had the most attended football championship game and basketball tournament in the 2018-2019 season.
With Sporting Kansas City’s win on Saturday, Tim Melia became the winningest keeper in Sporting Kansas City history.
The new Big 12 Now channel on ESPN+ will air an 18-part series on the building of the Kansas football program under Les Miles.
MLB All-Stars used phrases from Jimmy Fallon in their interviews.
Whit Merrifield’s inside-the-park home run in the fourth inning of Tuesday’s game was the 100th in Royals history.
The University of Kansas will sell beer and wine at football games this fall. Sales stop at the end of the third quarter.
Mike Montgomery started his first game for the Royals Friday night. The start comes 11 years after they drafted him.
The Brooklyn Cyclones, a short season Single-A team for the New York Mets, became the Marble Rye for one night on their Seinfeld Night. Everyone in attendance received a Fusilli Jerry figurine and there was an Elaine dancing contest after the game.