Kansas City Royals

Jonny Gomes Gave The Blueprint On Victory Parade Speeches

GomesI can only hope that whatever team is left standing with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl 50, has at least one person that carries themselves the way Jonny Gomes did today.

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.

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