Elizabeth Belden (left) and her brother Brad Belden showed off their “Dressed To The Nines” attire along with (back row, from left) Keith Kennedy, Ali Bush and Brett Parker on a small baseball diamond at 18th Street and Paseo Boulevard. Sunday is Dressed to the Nines Day at Kauffman Stadium, providing Kansas City Royals fans a chance to dress up and raise money for Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.
Elizabeth Belden (left) and her brother Brad Belden showed off their “Dressed To The Nines” attire along with (back row, from left) Keith Kennedy, Ali Bush and Brett Parker on a small baseball diamond at 18th Street and Paseo Boulevard. Sunday is Dressed to the Nines Day at Kauffman Stadium, providing Kansas City Royals fans a chance to dress up and raise money for Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Elizabeth Belden (left) and her brother Brad Belden showed off their “Dressed To The Nines” attire along with (back row, from left) Keith Kennedy, Ali Bush and Brett Parker on a small baseball diamond at 18th Street and Paseo Boulevard. Sunday is Dressed to the Nines Day at Kauffman Stadium, providing Kansas City Royals fans a chance to dress up and raise money for Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

Dressed to the Nines event another sign of Negro Leagues museum’s staying power

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