C-10 Podcast: Al Wallace, Ep. 26

C-10 Mentors Al Wallace (left) and Fred Fulks (far right) with Royals manager Mike Matheny at Royals FanFest in January 2020.


Al Wallace shouldn’t be new to anyone who’s lived in Kansas City during the past 35 years. After all, you invited him into your home countless times. He retired from WDAF-TV (Fox 4) in December 2018, but since then he’s written a book, “One for the Coyotes,” he’s taught classes in the journalism department at the University of Kansas, he’s led tours at historic Allen Fieldhouse, he’s co-hosted an episode or two of this podcast and he’s been a terrific mentor in the C-10 Mentoring & Leadership program.

This week we talk about some of Al’s memories from the 2015 World Series, have him tackle our “7 Questions,” and discuss a couple of the things he’s doing today.



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