The reality . . . A Kansas City museum is entering the risky world for minor league baseball that often ends in financial ruin for owners.
Remember that not so long ago this team was EVICTED and booted out of a deal with the UG in The Dotte . . . Sadly, they didn't even get KC Tenants to vouch for them.
And so . . .
WILL HISTORIC KANSAS CITY SOCIAL JUSTICE CONNECTION DRAW CROWDS TO WATCH LOW-RENT BASEBALL?!?!
To be fair, it's possible that a successful merch campaign alone could float the team.
Accordingly, here's presser coverage
stolen quoted from newspaper hacks . . .
New owners of the Kansas City T-Bones baseball club in Kansas City, Kansas, announced Thursday morning that the team will adopt the name of Kansas City’s storied Negro Leagues team beginning this season.
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, which owns rights to the Monarchs name, has entered into a long-term licensing agreement with the T-Bones. Beginning Thursday, the minor league team will be known as the Kansas City Monarchs Baseball Club. Officials hope the rebranding will bring more attention to both to the museum and to the beleaguered ball club in western Wyandotte County.
Developing . . .