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  • Look inside the Urban Youth Academy before it opens in March

    The Kansas City Royals and Major League Baseball have built a $19 million baseball and softball complex to 18th & Paseo, scheduled to open in March 2018. See the facilities that will nurture interest in children in Kansas City’s urban core.

Look inside the Urban Youth Academy before it opens in March

The Kansas City Royals and Major League Baseball have built a $19 million baseball and softball complex to 18th & Paseo, scheduled to open in March 2018. See the facilities that will nurture interest in children in Kansas City’s urban core.
David Eulitt The Kansas City Star