Talking About Buck O’Neil on the Royalman Report with Bob Kendrick
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Buck O’Neil’s birthday is next Sunday, November 13. Because of that, last week on the Royalman Report, we had Negro Leagues Baseball Museum president Bob Kendrick on the show to discuss what festivities are planned in Kansas City.
Because we had Jason Parks scheduled as well, we didn’t feel that we got enough time with Bob, so he was gracious enough to accept our invitation to come in studio. So for the first segment of the show, it’s the usual Royals info with myself, Troy Olsen, Jeff Herr and Chris Kamler.
After that, it’s the Bob Kendrick show and we had him share stories about the Negro Leagues and Buck O’Neil along with discussing all the events in line for next weekend. You can find more information on the museum, Buck O’Neil’s birthday and everything going on at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum site:
It’s a very special episode and it was a joy to have Bob to share so much with us. Click the embedded player below to listen to this week’s show or you can download the mp3.
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