Frank White - One Man’s Dream
All Library locations will be closed on Monday, July 4, for Independence Day.
During his 18 years playing for the Royals, Frank White became a beloved figure in Kansas City.
His career was one of superlatives: He appeared in five All-Star Games, won eight Gold Glove awards for fielding, and batted cleanup in the 1985 World Series (one of only two second basemen to do so after Jackie Robinson).
In a public conversation with sportswriter Bill Althaus, co-writer of One Man’s Dream: My Town, My Team, My Time, White discusses his life and career.
He will also tell his side of the story of his dramatic split from the Royals earlier this year.