Mark Littell

Mark Littell pitched for the Royals organization from 1971-1977 after being selected by KC in the 12th round of the 1971 draft. Appearing in a combined 123 games while with Kansas City, Littell finished with marks of 18-13, a 3.32 ERA and 28 saves, and would go on to pitch for the Cardinals. The 6-3 right-hander later coached at the minor league level and in 1999, invented “The Nutty Buddy.” Littell recently joined Dave O to talk about not only “protecting the family jewels” but also his early days in the Royals minor league system, making it up to KC, the devastation he felt after allowing the infamous home run to Chris Chambliss in the ’76 ALCS, reuniting with Whitey Herzog in St. Louis and much more! (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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  1. Hi their, just want to say that was agreat interview with Mark. We live in arizona. my son Daniel plays for Marks 16u team, and his only 14 years old. Its great that Mark has so much of confidence on my son to play in his 16u team. My older son Miguel also played for the Nuttybutty. Just want say how much we enjoy having Mark as a friend and a coach to my boys. Also how much he cares for his players. We just would like to say thank you Mark from the Rodriguez Family. Go Nuttybutty!!!

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