Kevin Koslofski patrolled all three outfield posts in Kansas City from 1992-1994, appearing in 72 Royal games. Originally a 20th round selection of KC in the 1984 draft, the 5-8 left handed hitting defensive specialist also appeared at the MLB level as a Brewer (1996). Koslofski recently joined Dave O to talk about the nine seasons he spent in the minor leagues before his KC debut, hitting his first MLB home run off of Nolan Ryan, getting the game winning hit in George Brett’s final home game and loads more! (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)
Super nice guy! I was as tall as him when i was in 8the grade I remember LOL! He was always signing autographs. There was a restaurant on the right field line at Rosenblatt and my friends and I who were 12 to 14 at the time would go and hang out with the players wives. I believe his wifes name was Michelle. Her and Harvey Pulliam’s wife hung out up there and I’d get them to sign the backs of their husbands cards. I was a huge autograph hound back in the day!