Reign Reborn - Kansas City Monarchs KCK Chamber Presentation
Thursday, Feb. 4
12 - 1 p.m.
Zoom info will be sent prior to the meeting
Negro Leagues Museum (NLBM) President, Bob Kendrick, recently revealed a partnership with the Kansas City T-Bones for the team to be known going forward as the "Kansas City Monarchs Baseball Club." The long anticipated name change and terms of the agreement were revealed in a press conference at the museum with Kendrick, T-Bones owner, Mark Brandmeyer, NLBM Board members and city officials. The team will play beginning with the 2021 season at the former T-Bones stadium.
The Kansas City Monarchs was the longest-running franchise in Negro Leagues history. Founded in 1920 and based in Kansas City, Missouri, the Monarchs won ten league pennants and the inaugural Negro League World Series Championship in 1924. When the team was disbanded in 1965, it had produced more major league players than any other Negro League franchise. More info here.
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