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.
|Baseball's greatest comeback : the miracle Braves …||HALF-MARATHON : you can do it||JETER UNFILTERED||March 1939 : before the madness : the story of the…||MLB BASEBALL'S GREATEST GAMES (DVD)||PERFECTLY AWFUL : the Philadelphia 76ers' horrendo…|
Check in on the standings in the library’s fantasy football league, and find out how you can participate in 2015!
There are many sides to being a sports fan. Often the best way I can describe the experience is like riding a bicycle. It is a lot of fun, sometimes even an exhilarating rush, but sooner or later you are going to fall off that bike, and man does it hurt. It hurts until you […]
Test your sports knowledge at the library’s Sports Trivia competition at Pigskin’s Sports Bar.
It has been a lifetime since the Kansas City Royals were in the Baseball Playoffs. If you know me at all then you know that I am about as steadfast of a Royals fan as you are going to find.
A little over a year ago, at the Major League Soccer (MLS) All-Star game, Sporting Kansas City dubbed Kansas City the “Soccer Capital of America”. At the time it seemed like a very audacious statement, but if this past year is any indication they might not have been far off. It all began on a […]
Jim Brown (1936-) is known for two successful high-profile careers: remarkable athlete and film actor. After a four-sport college career (football, basketball, track and lacrosse) at Syracuse, Brown played professional football with the Cleveland Browns from 1957 to 1965 and was named Rookie of the Year his first season. He did not miss an NFL […]