The Kansas City Chiefs are your Super Bowl champions.
Late on Sunday, the Chiefs finished off the Philadelphia Eagles, barely edging them out on a field goal.
Star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who had already been named the NFL MVP, earned Super Bowl MVP honors after battling through a severe ankle injury all postseason long.
Interestingly enough, Kansas City Royals young star Bobby Witt Jr. has a few things in common with the Super Bowl MVP.
MLB Network pointed out an interesting fact, that Witt and Mahomes share the same training facility during their respective offseasons.
Witt joined MLB Network to discuss this on Sunday.
Did you know: Patrick Mahomes and @BwittJr train at the same facility in the offseason? 🤯 pic.twitter.com/A8QiXIVOx1
— MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) February 12, 2023
Witt was asked about the graphic that was shown during the video, one posted by the Royals featuring he and Mahomes shaking hands.
The 22-year-old revealed that he hadn’t had it framed yet, but that he was planning on it.
He was then asked about who he cheered for growing up.
The Colleyville, Texas native revealed that it was actually the New England Patriots that he grew up cheering for, as his father was from the area.
Witt said he grew up idolizing the recently retired Tom Brady, but that once he was drafted by the Royals, he became ingrained in the Chiefs fandom.
The star infielder was drafted in 2019 and made his debut in 2022.
Shortly after he was drafted, the Chiefs began their run of three Super Bowls in four years.
Witt then talked about how he and Mahomes use the same trainer and train at the same facility, expressing what it means to him to have a close relationship with the star quarterback.
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