Members of both championship teams will discuss their journeys to a World Series title and the impact those championships made on an entire city. Narrated by Bob Costas, the program features Brett and teammates Danny Jackson, Darryl Motley, Bret Saberhagen, Frank White and Willie Wilson reliving that 1985 experience, along with their joy in watching this year's team return Kansas City to the baseball mountaintop.
Brett maintains that this year's team was the better of the two.
"I truly believe that," Brett said. "If we were to have played this team in a seven-game series, with all the ways this team could beat you, we might have won two games. This was the better team."
The 2015 players simply were happy to see so much joy on the faces of the 1985 team.
"It has been great to get to know some of the players from that team," Moustakas said during the postseason. "Just to see how proud they were of what we have been able to accomplish is a special feeling."
Added Hosmer, "We got to know George pretty well when he was our hitting coach. He's stayed close around the team and I know what it means to him and the rest of the '85 team to see the city fall in love with baseball again."
The MLB Network show also will feature exclusive footage detailing the bond between the Royals and the Kansas City Fire Department, following the tragic deaths of two K.C. firefighters during the Royals' championship run.
Jeffrey Flanagan is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @FlannyMLB. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.