Call Him "Crazy" 

It takes a special type of person to stay optimistic about Kansas City's pro teams.

The voice sounds gravelly and deep, as though it's coming from an older guy — a 45-year-old man who stayed up too late watching ESPN highlights, knocking back beers and yelling at the screen. That is, an average sports-talk-radio caller. "It's not…

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