Steakhouse Bites with former T-Bone Dylan Tice
Dylan Tice needs no introduction to T-Bones fans. Tice took the league by storm in 2018 earning a contract purchase to the New York Mets. Tice returned in 2019 and picked up where he left off and picked up and All-Star game invite last year in St. Paul. Tice was set to be the catalyst to the T-Bo...
Steakhouse Bites with Kevin Luckow TWIAA
Kevin Luckow joins Dan Vaughan and updates fans on his two city swing around the American Association. The insight he gives is interesting and as one of two full time media members (Along with Rob Pannier) he is up to date on the pulse of the league.
Steakhouse Bites with guest Chris Browne VP & GM of the Kansas City T-Bones
Chris Browne the VP & GM of the Kansas City T-Bones stopped by the Steakhouse on July 22, 2020, to visit with Dan Vaughan about the exciting news that the Kansas City Royals will be using T-Bones Stadium as part of their 2020 season training program.
Steakhouse Bites with T-Bones Groundskeeper Nathan Miller
It has been a busy few months for T-Bones Director of Stadium Operations and Head Groundskeeper Nathan Miller. His crew laid new infield sod and did other major upgrades along with hosting the Kansas City Royals taxi squad. Hear all about the work being done including new seats in the ballpark.
Steakhouse Bites with Tom Wynn "Voice of the Milkmen".
Got milk? We get an update from Milwaukee Milkmen Play-by-play voice Tom Wynn on what has been a good season in the American Association. T-Bones voice Dan Vaughan host Steakhouse Bites.
Steakhouse Bites with Rob Pannier TWIAA
Rob Pannier is a fixture at ballparks in the American Association. As part of the "This Week in the American Association" and "The Minor League Sports Report", Pannier has his finger on the pulse of the league. He dropped by the Steakhouse on June 30, 2020 and joined Dan Vaughan to give us a look...
Steakhouse Bites with former T-Bone Christian Correa
A sample platter of the T-Bones Facebook Live show "The Steakhouse". While KC may sitting out the 2020 season the team is still covering current and former T-Bones as they play in the six team league this season.