Jose Rosado

Jose Rosado pitched for the Royals from 1996-2000 after being drafted by KC in the 12th round of the 1994 June Amateur Draft. A 6-0 southpaw, Rosado appeared in two MLB All-Star games while with Kansas City (1997 & 1999) and finished with lifetime marks of 37-45/4.27 ERA. Unfortunately rotator cuff issues cut Jose’s career short, but he’s continued in professional baseball as a pitching coach in the Yankees system. Rosado recently joined Dave O to talk about the complete surprise of Kansas City drafting him, the most hilarious Big League debut story you’ll ever hear, thoughts on being potentially overworked by Bob Boone & Tony Muser and lots more. A must listen to interview from a guy who will always bleed Royal blue. (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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