Jeff Montgomery

Royals Hall of Famer Jeff Montgomery pitched for KC from 1988-1999, finishing his career with a franchise record 304 saves and 686 appearances. Montgomery was a three-time All-Star (1992, 1993 & 1996) and had a career Royals ERA of 3.20, good for third in team history. Montgomery currently serves as a broadcaster for the Royals and Fox Sports Kansas City, and recently joined Dave O to talk about the entire journey with baseball, from a kid growing up in Wellston, Ohio to the Reds minor leagues, from the trade to KC to the Royals Hall of Fame. A must listen for even the most casual Royals fan. (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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Jeff Montgomery — 1 Comment

  1. Can you tell me why most hitters pay no attention to how they hold their bat as regard to the brand? I was taught in 1935 to have the brand facing the sky while you’re holding the bat out over the plate. I know that not all bats are ash these days but I think most bats are broken, not because they’re maple or whatever, but because they are not held properly.

    Howard Jeffcoat
    Hays, KS 67601