KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- The following home runs are not necessarily the "greatest" ones in Royals history, at least not in terms of significance. But they are, in my view, the most memorable. As the Royals position themselves for a potential playoff push that undoubtedly will require some timely dingers, let's relive a few home runs that always will have a spot in the hearts of Royals fans.
5. Bo Jackson
July 11, 1989
Jackson's mammoth leadoff home run in the bottom of the first inning in Anaheim undeniably added to the legend of Bo. The home run -- a laser shot that seemed to still be rising when it landed far beyond the center-field fence, about 450 feet from home plate -- stunned everyone. Some will argue that homer signified the last time the Royals had any national relevance. Vin Scully's call of Bos homer: "Bo Jackson says hello!"
4. Frank White
Oct. 22, 1985
Game 3 of the 1985 World Series
The Royals were clinging to a 2-0 lead when White belted a two-run homer i...