Nicknames Puzzles

Kansas City Sports Team Nicknames Crossword Puzzle
These are sports teams that have played in Kansas City, all time.

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1. Heavy hearts
4. Emperors
2. B2 force
6. Chivalrous
3. Cardinal appendages
7. Magicians
5. Recreation
9. Haley's
8. Action greater
11. Firebolt
10. Desperados
12. Sax material
13. Aristrocratic
15. City of Fountains (2 words)
14. Not low blots
18. Brave Warriors
16. Male Cattle
20. Bundle meat
17. Knives
22. Wild Ponys
19. Aggression
23. Adventurers
21. Dixieland
25. Crowned heads
24. Steak cuts
27. Cattle herders
26. Boot motivation
28. Tribal commanders

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Major League Baseball Team Nicknames Word Search
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Kansas City Sports Hero Duos Puzzle
Each answer is the TWO last names of persons who have put on a Kansas City uniform
or made contributions to professional sports in Kansas City.
A few of the clues don't pertain to their career in Kansas City.

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1974 Cy Young Winner
Nickname is Mr.October
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3 Batting Titles in different decades
1985 Heisman Trophy Winner, played in All Star game for both baseball and football, 1989 MLB All Star game MVP.
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5 time Rolaids Reliever of the Year
Battery mate during 1980 World Series. In 1979 he joined Mickey Cochran as the only catcher in history to have 100 walks, 100 runs and 100 RBI in a single season.
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Career scored 1,699 points, NFL Hall of Fame in 1991
Called Thunderfoot and had 4 punts over 70 yards in career
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1st African American player for the Chicago Cubs, famous quote, "Let's play two".
Pitched 64 consecutive scoreless innings, a stretch of 21 straight wins, and 31-4 record in 1933. MLB Hall of Fame in 1971.
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Had 40 career QB sacks, NFL Hall of Fame 1983.
Chiefs MVP in 1965 and 1967, NFL Hall of Fame 1990.
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1965 Heisman Trophy Winner and top rusher in Super Bowl IV.
Gained a then record 350 all purpose yards in the longest game in NFL history on Christmas Day in 1971, also the last game in Municipal Stadium.
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Had a .833 career stolen base percentage and MLB record 705 at bats in 1980.
In the 1980 World Series had a .478 batting average with 3 home runs.
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Pitched two no hitters, one in 1973 and other in 1974.
1969 American League Rookie of the Year.
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Moved from a West Coast team to KC, NFL Hall of Fame in 2000
Moved from a West Coast team to KC, NFL Hall of Fame 2003.
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Coined the term "Super Bowl", and has the AFC Trophy named after him.
Pharmaceutical magnate and huge baseball fan.
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1985 Cy Young Winner and World Series MVP.
Battery mate during the 1985 World Series.
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Made an NFL record 7 sacks during one game on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 1990.
Rushed for 1,480 yards in 1989, and 4,897 in career.
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Super Bowl IV MVP, 7 time Pro Bowl selection
Caught a pass and scored a 46 yard touchdown in Super Bowl IV.
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Coached 3 AFL Titles, 5-1 post season record
1985 World Series Champions Coach and 1961 AL Rookie of the Year.
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Hit a .288 lifetime batting average, 1st African American coach in Major League Baseball, for the Chicago Cubs in 1962.
This rookie batted .387 for the 1946 Monarchs.
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In 1971, he hit for the cycle and lead the AL in triples with 11.
Has 8 gold glove awards, 1980 ALCS MVP
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Hit 18 World Series Home Runs, 16 time All Star game selection, 3 time AL MVP.
1940 Minor League Rookie of the Year, then in 1950 MLB AL Rookie of the Year.
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Lead the NBA in scorring AND assists in 1972-73
Had 100 blocks and 100 steals in 6 consecutive NBA seasons.


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