Former Kansas City Royal Willie Wilson (right) spoke about the team and its victory in the 1985 World Series during a panel discussion Oct. 23 at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. He chatted afterward with visitors and museum president Bob Kendrick (left).
Former Kansas City Royal Willie Wilson (right) spoke about the team and its victory in the 1985 World Series during a panel discussion Oct. 23 at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. He chatted afterward with visitors and museum president Bob Kendrick (left). Steve Paul The Kansas City Star
Former Kansas City Royal Willie Wilson (right) spoke about the team and its victory in the 1985 World Series during a panel discussion Oct. 23 at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. He chatted afterward with visitors and museum president Bob Kendrick (left). Steve Paul The Kansas City Star

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