Wins for Kansas: League 42 FoundationPosted: Updated:
They're giving kids an opportunity to play the game they love, knowing that the reward goes far beyond the score board. KAKE's Alyson Acklin introduces us to League 42 in this week's "Wins for Kansas."
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