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  • Fans get a chance to meet baseball legends

    Members of the Kansas Stars, a team consisting of former big leaguers, along with country star Toby Keith, signed autographs for fans outside of Lawrence-Dumont Stadium on Monday night. Proceeds for tickets sold for the autograph session went toward helping other teams in the National Baseball Congress Tournament cover their expenses. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)

Fans get a chance to meet baseball legends

Members of the Kansas Stars, a team consisting of former big leaguers, along with country star Toby Keith, signed autographs for fans outside of Lawrence-Dumont Stadium on Monday night. Proceeds for tickets sold for the autograph session went toward helping other teams in the National Baseball Congress Tournament cover their expenses. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
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