The Kansas City Royals has announced on their Twitter handle that that former owner David Glass passed away last week. Glass was 85.
For this off-season, he sold the team to a new ownership group which is currently lead by a Kanas City-native John Sherman.
Sherman is deeply saddened by his loss and has given his condolences in the following words.
He will be forever indebted to Glass. “Like so many Kansas Citians, I am deeply saddened by the new of David’s passing,” “On behalf of our entire ownership group, I want to express deepest gratitude to the heart of a man who carefully placed a treasure in the hands of Kansas Citians. We pledge to carry it forward with his passionate committment and selfless spirit.”
Dayton Moor, Royals senior Vice President of baseball operations and general manager has expressed his grief in the following words :
“Mr. Glass loved this game, this team and our city with all his heart
Kansas City Royals has also shared a press release while announcing the demise with great sadness. You can check the press release down below.
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