We wanted Harvey to work on his approach at the plateRoyals recall Ken Harvey Apr 28, 2005
We are the type of team that showed everybody we were for realPena named top AL manager Nov 12, 2003
I had no question that we would play tonight, and that security would do a good jobChi. White Sox 4, Kansas City 3 Apr 17, 2003
Mike Sweeney was out, MacDougal was out, but it's a 25-man ballclub and we got it done againKansas City 5, Cleveland 2 Apr 12, 2003
The atmosphere here with the crowd made it like a playoff gameOakland 12; Kansas City 11 Sep 05, 2002
Antonio Francisco Peña Padilla (Spanish pronunciation: ; born June 4, 1957, in Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic) is a former professional baseball player, manager and current coach. He played as a catcher in Major League Baseball for the Pirates, Cardinals, Red Sox, Indians, White Sox, and Astros. Peña was the manager of the Kansas City Royals between 2002 and 2005. He currently is the bench coach for the New York Yankees. Peña was known for his defensive abilities as well as his unorthodox squat behind home plate.