Tag Archives: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

Five Reasons to Get Excited About Baseball Season

Baseball season begins Monday. Finally, the boys of summer are back. While it might be hard to get too excited about baseball season – considering our recent weather – this truly is a great time of year to be a baseball fan in Missouri. In fact, here are just five (of many) reasons you should be happy baseball season is …

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A Baseball State of Mind

Spring training has started. The St. Louis Cardinals are the reigning World Series champions. The Kansas City Royals get to showcase their beautiful ballpark and wonderful city at the 2012 MLB All-Star Game. It’s official: I’m giddy for baseball season. One of the best parts about baseball season is talking about baseball season. The upcoming season. Last season. A season …

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From Satchel to Satchmo

You all know there’s a lot to do in Kansas City, particularly if you like good food and abundant shopping opportunities. But Kansas City also offers plenty of opportunities to explore and to learn about history, and that’s where places like the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and the American Jazz Museum, which share space as The Museums at 18th and …

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