Cathie Moss and Ray Doswell of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum looked at plans Friday for the Kansas City Urban Youth Academy to be built and operated with help from the Royals. Doswell’s son Jordan, 7, was on hand for the announcement of the facility to be built at Parade Park.
Cathie Moss and Ray Doswell of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum looked at plans Friday for the Kansas City Urban Youth Academy to be built and operated with help from the Royals. Doswell’s son Jordan, 7, was on hand for the announcement of the facility to be built at Parade Park. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Cathie Moss and Ray Doswell of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum looked at plans Friday for the Kansas City Urban Youth Academy to be built and operated with help from the Royals. Doswell’s son Jordan, 7, was on hand for the announcement of the facility to be built at Parade Park. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

Royals, local government team up to open a youth urban baseball academy at 18th and Vine

September 25, 2015 09:53 AM