Daryl Smith

Daryl Smith pitched in Kansas City during the 1990 season, appearing in two September games (including one start) with a 4.05 ERA. A 6th round selection of the Rangers in 1980, the 6-4 right hander spent a total of 13 seasons in the minor leagues, including two with the Royals organization (Memphis & Omaha, 1990-1991). He recently joined Dave O to talk about all of his times in baseball, including HILARIOUS stories about the Royals discovering him while working at Montgomery Ward, sleeping in a cow pasture on his way to Omaha from Memphis and stealing Bo Jackson’s shoes but also, his post baseball career of helping kids, writing books and much more! An interview with a man you’ll admire that you won’t want to miss. (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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