A tutorial session called Play Ball KC, held Sunday at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, was part of an initiative by Major League Baseball to kindle interest in the game among young people. Among the former Royals players helping out was Jim Eisenreich, who offered some pointers to 8-year-old Kyle McClish of Kansas City.
A tutorial session called Play Ball KC, held Sunday at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, was part of an initiative by Major League Baseball to kindle interest in the game among young people. Among the former Royals players helping out was Jim Eisenreich, who offered some pointers to 8-year-old Kyle McClish of Kansas City. RICH SUGG RSUGG@KCSTAR.COM
A tutorial session called Play Ball KC, held Sunday at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, was part of an initiative by Major League Baseball to kindle interest in the game among young people. Among the former Royals players helping out was Jim Eisenreich, who offered some pointers to 8-year-old Kyle McClish of Kansas City. RICH SUGG RSUGG@KCSTAR.COM

Former Royals stars coach youngsters and spread excitement of baseball at Play Ball KC event

August 30, 2015 06:03 PM

UPDATED August 30, 2015 06:19 PM

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