Learn about the inspiring legacy of Buck O'Neil, an extraordinary figure in Kansas City sports history. Despite facing the color barrier, Buck's impact on baseball and the community cannot be overstated. With a standout career in the Negro Leagues, including playing for the Kansas City Monarchs, Buck showcased his skills as a first baseman. But his contributions went far beyond the field. Buck broke barriers as the first African-American coach in Major League Baseball, opening doors for future generations. In 1990, he played a key role in establishing the Negro League Baseball Museum, a testament to the incredible resilience of the league. Join us in celebrating Buck O'Neil's remarkable journey. Watch the video to learn more about this beloved sports legend and humanitarian.