This isn’t goodbye, it’s more like see you later.
Buckle up, it’s going to be a fun season.
Beyond my sports duties at the Atchison Globe are a few things here and there to help with the overall production of the paper. One of those things is typing in the TV grid that runs in each Saturday’s paper.
Kansas City Royals fans can almost see what the future holds, even if it’s fairly far away.
I’ve never researched anything like the way I researched smoking a pork shoulder.
For the final Adam’s Angle mailbag of 2018 — unless some readers want to send me more questions — I’ve saved two questions pertaining to the United States Men’s National Soccer Team.
After a detour in the July 4 edition of the Globe, Adam’s angle returns down the tried and true mailbag road.
There is no easy answer to the question that surrounds Luke Heimlich’s professional baseball career.
I hope you’re ready for Round 4 of the Adam’s Angle mailbag. This has become the Summer of the Mailbag, and there will be more even after this issue.
We’re going to keep this mailbag train a’rollin.
We’re going to keep this mailbag idea rolling because it’s fun having other people give me ideas for what I should write about.
Welcome to the second Adam’s Angle mailbag of 2018.
I took to Twitter recently to see if any readers had questions they’d like me to answer. It’s hardly a new concept as writers have been doing a “mailbag” for decades, but it’s fun to take a crack at what other people are thinking about.
The 2018 NCAA Men’s College World Series begins Saturday and there are at least two reasons for folks in this area to give it a watch.
If I didn’t know any better, I’d think the Kansas City Royals were sticking their proverbial tongue out at me.
The 2018 Men’s World Cup is right around the corner with the opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia kicking things off on Thursday, June 14.
It’s June, which means we’re close to seeing what the real future of the Kansas City Royals looks like.
With the completion of the state track and field meet this past weekend, it means the book is closed on another school year.
It’s hard to not like, or at least not understand, what the Kansas City Chiefs did in the NFL draft last week.
How about those Royals, huh?
The Kansas City Royals begin the 2018 season on Thursday, March 29, otherwise known as “Opening Day.”
I’m not a Kansas City Chiefs fan.
I tried. I really did try.
One last round of congratulations is in order for the Maur Hill-Mount Academy boys’ basketball team.
Congratulations to the Maur Hill-Mount Academy boys’ basketball team for winning the sub-state finals on Saturday.
The 2018 Kansas City Royals aren’t going to be very good.
I’m heading out on a road trip but I don’t know where I’m going.
The Kansas City Chiefs organization has a reputation for being content with “pretty good.”
The future is bright, Kansas City Chiefs fans.
Well, we’re waiting.
Congratulations are in order for the Benedictine College women’s soccer team’s players and coaches.
It’s important to remember that sports should take a backseat to some things, like family.
Years from now, whoever is running the sports desk at the Globe will look through the yearly football media guide provided by Benedictine College.
I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes.
Sunday marked the ending ceremonies for the 2017 Kansas City Royals graduating class.
There seems to be some confusion when it comes to the protests of NFL players during the national anthem before games.
This is the column I hoped would never come.
The ACCHS Tigers will make the move to the Northeast Kansas League starting with the 2018 school year.
Friday night under the lights.
The Saturday, Aug. 19 edition of the Globe included an Adam’s angle column with the headline, “Vacation over, let’s play ball.”
My summer-long “vacation” is almost over.
If you ever want to make yourself angry, or maybe just annoyed, just look at a list.
You can’t beat a night at the old ballpark.
Dayton Moore and the Kansas City Royals are going for it.
The water is murky, but the Kansas City Royals need to go all-in on 2017.
I know exactly how the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor fight is going to end, but I still want to watch it.
The question was posed on Twitter Monday night: “If you put together a team of top athletes from other sports, with a year of training, could they compete in a match with the United States Men’s National Soccer Team?”
A continuation of questions I received on Twitter:
I took to Twitter this week to see if any readers had questions they’d like me to answer.
Imagine a six-overtime basketball game in the state high school tournament; the thrills of one team moving on to the championship game, the fear of the other team falling one step short of reaching its goal.