Patrick Mahomes put his extension money to use by purchasing ownership in the Kansas City Royals.
Kanas City and Patrick Mahomes will forever by synonymous, now you can add Royals to his affiliations as well.
The 24-year old super-bowl MVP became of a member of the Kansas City Royals ownership group today. Adding further commitment to the city, he just signed a 10-year contract with.
Go @ROYALS!! #ALWAYSROYAL HTTPS://T.CO/CDAPF9WEJT
— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) JULY 28, 2020
The Royals released a statement today announcing their newest ownership member, and city fan-favorite Patrick Mahomes. In the press release. CEO John Sherman had this to say about the announcement.
“We are very proud and excited to have as our partner in the ownership group of this franchise.”
Fresh off a Superbowl win and the signing of a $503 million contract with $477 in guarantees, Mahomes is doing pretty well. Add Major league sports owner to his resume, and it reads quite differently from most people his age.
Patrick Mahomes’ 2020:
• won a Super Bowl
• made Whataburger expand
to Kansas City
• got a 10-year,
• is now part owner of
the Kansas City Royals PIC.TWITTER.COM/SJ1LMU1RL9
— SB Nation (@SBNation) JULY 28, 2020
The son of a major league pitcher, Mahomes, spent a lot of his time as a youth in the clubhouses of various teams. With his investment into the royals, the chiefs franchise’s cornerstone becomes the youngest owner in history.
Super Bowl winning #CHIEFS QB Patrick Mahomes is now an owner… of a baseball franchise. He’s become part-owner of the #Royals. The youngest owner in sports history.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) JULY 28, 2020
What are your thoughts on Patrick Mahomes becoming part-owner of the Kansas City Royals? Do you think Mahomes has the clout to bring basketball to Kansas?
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