Getting you acquainted with our sports collection here at the library, we highlight some of the outstanding resources and materials we have at the library for the many different types of sports fans that are out there. This blog will also discuss local, state wide, and national sports events, as well as any programs or speakers we have coming up at the library which would appeal to sports fans.
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While I’m not a huge cycling fan every July I always seem to get sucked into watching the Tour de France. I think its part the beautiful scenery and part the exciting, edge of your seat racing. Whatever it is I can’t take my eyes off it. The Tour de France is a multi-stage bicycle […]
The roots of the great game of baseball run deep throughout Shawnee County. While baseball is referred to as the American Pastime, it is more than a pastime to many families and players who participate. It would be an impossible job to even estimate the number of players, coaches, managers, umpires, sponsors and fans who have shared in this passion over […]
Kansas City has hosted four baseball All-Star Games? You might be surprised that four games is (mostly) correct.
How impressive is American Pharoah’s Triple Crown? Join Nate as he takes you inside the numbers and shows just how difficult it is to reach the pinnacle of horse racing.
Soccer fans, get ready to cheer on the United States once again this summer. This time it’s the women’s turn. The FIFA Women’s World Cup will start on Saturday June 6, 2015. The Canadian’s are the host this year and the United States will play its first game on Monday June 8 against Australia. The […]
Come have fun with other sports fans at the library’s Sports Trivia competition at Pigskin’s Sports Bar.
Headlines in 2015 heralded a new phase of the great debate–should he be reinstated, then (perhaps) enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame?
Okay let’s face it happily the Kansas City Royals are a relevant team once again. Last fall was a blast, and all sorts of new fans, young and old are wearing Royal Blue once again. Personally I have been a die-hard fan of Kansas City Baseball since I was a child. The predecessors to the Royals […]
Your library will soon be a bicyclist hub. New bikeshare program launches April 15.
Join The Library Sports Guys – Nate and Dave – as they discuss the book “Wooden: A Life” by Seth Davis, and find out why you should read this biography of arguably the greatest college basketball coach of all time, John Wooden.