The Kansas City Royals celebrated their World Series victory during a parade for their hometown fans on Tuesday.
Gomes, a reserve player and “good clubhouse guy” at this point of his career, provided the Kansas City faithful with a great speech to commemorate the team’s first World Series title since 1985.
A humble spectator Gomes was not:
Here’s the thing. I liked this a lot. It’s cocky but at least likable unlike people dancing badly or Shaq trying to seemingly sell himself for a rap deal.
It wasn’t Chase Utley f-bombing people or Ed Reed terribly singing an Eddie Money song.
Although, I’m still debating whether the Gomes speech is on the Draymond Green level of championship verbal discourse.