The Cooper Institute has invited a baseball legend for their Legacy Award Dinner. Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett will keynote the event on November 2nd.
The festivities take place at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. Former Houston Astros owner Drayton McLane Jr. is this year's recipient of the Legacy Award.
Brett will be interviewed by longtime Kansas City Royals broadcaster Ryan Lefebvre. The Cooper Institute is a non-profit based in Dallas that works towards improving the health of children around the world.
Brett spent his entire career with the Royals and was a 13-time All-Star. He won the American League batting title three times and collected over 3,000 career hits.
In 1980, Brett was named AL MVP after hitting .390 with 118 RBI. He helped the Royals win the World Series in 1985 after being named MVP of the American League Championship Series.
Brett was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot in 1999. He currently serves as vice president of baseball operations for the Royals.
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