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  • Buck O'Neil's legacy continues to grow through realization of his dream

    Ten years ago Saturday, Buck O'Neil was denied his hope to enter the Baseball Hall of Fame. But his grace in the aftermath of that only enhanced his true legacy, which is alive in many ways today -- including at the soon-to-open education center in his honor and vision. The John “Buck” O’Neil Education and Research Center will be located in the former Paseo YMCA building near 18th and Vine.

Ten years ago Saturday, Buck O'Neil was denied his hope to enter the Baseball Hall of Fame. But his grace in the aftermath of that only enhanced his true legacy, which is alive in many ways today -- including at the soon-to-open education center in his honor and vision. The John “Buck” O’Neil Education and Research Center will be located in the former Paseo YMCA building near 18th and Vine. Vahe Gregorian and Monty Davis vgregorian@kcstar.com
Ten years ago Saturday, Buck O'Neil was denied his hope to enter the Baseball Hall of Fame. But his grace in the aftermath of that only enhanced his true legacy, which is alive in many ways today -- including at the soon-to-open education center in his honor and vision. The John “Buck” O’Neil Education and Research Center will be located in the former Paseo YMCA building near 18th and Vine. Vahe Gregorian and Monty Davis vgregorian@kcstar.com

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