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1. Athletics Baseball Team Athletics Baseball Team 1994 Facts about the "A's", a common abbreviated nickname for the Athletics.

2. Baseball Baseball 2002 Chapter in "Spotlight on History" about the legendary baseball game between the Kansas City Antelopes and the Atchison Pomeroys on August 12, 1866, umpired by Wild Bill Hickock, who at the time was a United...

3. Baseball Club Photos Baseball Club Photos 1890 Photos of the "Kansas City Base-Ball Club, winners of the Western Association Pennant," including the following players (last names only except for team manager): Donohue (catcher), Stearns (first base),...

4. Baseball: An Illustrated History Baseball: An Illustrated History 1994 Minor League Class AAA team "farm club" for the New York Yankees.

5. Buck O'Neil Buck O'Neil 2001 Photo and highlights of the sports career of Buck O'Neil, a former coach and player for the Kansas City Monarchs and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

6. City of the Future: A Narrative History of Kansas City, 1850-1950 City of the Future: A Narrative History of Kansas City, 1850-1950 1950 Description of the Kansas City Antelopes, said to be Kansas City's first baseball team. Antelope game in the late 1860s officiated by Wild Bill Hickok.

7. Crowning the Kansas City Royals Crowning the Kansas City Royals June 27, 1905 This book is devoted to recounting one of the greatest sporting events in Kansas City history--the Royals' triumph over the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1985 World Series.

8. Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League 2000 Photos and description of Ray Sadecki, a Major League Baseball player (pitcher) for 18 years, playing with the Saint Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals among other teams in the 1960s and 1970s. He...

9. Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League 2000 Photo and description of Frank White, a prominent baseball player (second baseman) for the Kansas City Royals in the 1970s and 1980s, graduating from Lincoln High School and starting out in amateur and...

10. Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League 2000 Photo and description of Les Milgram, president of the Ban Johnson League in the Kansas City area from 1953 to 1976 and "chairman of Milgram Food Stores, Inc.." He was born about 1917 and grew up in Kansas...

11. Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League 2000 Photos and description of David Cone, a native of the Kansas City area and Major League Baseball pitcher starting with the Kansas City Royals in the 1980s, beginning his career with the local Ban Johnson...

12. Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League Diamond Connections: Stars, Stats and Stories from Kansas City's Renowned Ban Johnson Baseball League 2000 Photos and description of Pat Nolan (1905-2000), a prominent Ban Johnson League baseball coach in Kansas City starting in 1946, born in Earlton, Kansas.

13. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Charles Dillon "Casey" Stengel (1890-1975), nicknamed "'Casey,' for the initials 'K. C.' of his hometown," a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame as a player and manager from the 1910s to the...

14. Dixon Hotel and Johnny Kling Dixon Hotel and Johnny Kling 2006 Baseball player and owner, Johnny Kling, was also an expert billiards player. He opened a hotel in 1912 called the Hotel Dixon which advertised that it had 39 Kling specially designed tables. It was located...

15. Encyclopedia of the History of the State of Missouri Encyclopedia of the History of the State of Missouri 1901 Photo and bio of Jeremiah Fruin, a building contractor in Saint Louis, born in Ireland and becoming an early baseball player in New York before moving to Saint Louis in 1861, working in the construction...

16. Felix Payne and William Thompkins Felix Payne and William Thompkins 2006 Book excerpt about Felix Payne, founder and publisher of the Kansas City American newspaper during its run from 1928 to 1941. Payne was a native of Marshall, Missouri coming to Kansas City around 1900...

17. Foreward by Frank White, Five Time All-Star and World Series Champion Foreward by Frank White, Five Time All-Star and World Series Champion June 26, 1905 Frank White recalls his years with the Kansas City Royals, including his attendance in the Royals Baseball Academy, through which Ewing Kauffman succeeded in recruiting professional baseball players from...

18. Frank White Frank White 2001 Highlights of the sports career of Frank White, a star baseball player for the Kansas City Royals from the 1970s to the 1990s.

19. From Dust to Dust: An Account of the 1885 Western League From Dust to Dust: An Account of the 1885 Western League 1977 Illustration and information on the Kansas City "Club," sometimes nicknamed the Cowboys, of the Western League.

20. George Brett George Brett 2001 Highlights of the sports career of George Brett, a star baseball player for the Kansas City Royals from the 1970s to the 1990s and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.