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About us

In the summer of 2008, approximately 25 former players for the Kansas City Athletics attended a Kansas City A’s Reunion, hosted by the Kansas City T-Bones baseball club. The weekend event drew a large number of people who had fond memories of the A's. Many longtime A’s fans began to discuss the possibility of a Kansas City baseball society to honor all of the rich history of baseball in Kansas City. From the Kansas City Cowboys in the 1880’s to the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues, the Independent League Kansas City T-Bones team and the Major League Kansas City A’s and the current Kansas City Royals. Thus, in the fall of 2008, the Kansas City Baseball Historical Society (KCBHS) was formed, and registered as a not-for-profit organization in the State of Missouri.
The mission of the KCBHS is to promote the history of baseball in Kansas City into the future.  Memberships to the KCBHS provides baseball fans entrance into meetings and events that will allow members to discuss and relate their experiences and memories, and also to hear from current and former players.
Since it’s inception the KCBHS has hosted 6 reunions of Kansas City Athletics players and also the 30th Anniversary of the World Series Championship 1985 Kansas City Royals.  It is our intent to continue to provide opportunities to meet former MLB players, coaches and special guests and hear them talk about the game or their time in Kansas City.
The board members of the KCBHS are:

President - Jeff Logan

Vice President – Mark Moore
Treasurer - Jim Jay (A's batboy 1956-1957)

Secretary- Jeffrey Good
Player Alumni Representative - Jay Hankins (A's 1961, 1964)

Jeff Logan - E-Mail or  Phone 913-961-0929