Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the annual Legacy Award Dinner that’s happening on November 2nd at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The event this year will celebrate the critically important mission of The Institute and honors the visionary leaders who have improved the lives of many across the world. Brett is expected to share many stories from his career and will also participate in a dynamic interview session during this gathering. It is anticipated to be a full event, so it is encouraged that tickets are bought as soon as possible.
The West Virginia native debuted in the MLB on August 2nd, 1973 and continued on to play for twenty years. Before he was a 13-time All-Star player, he was playing in the minor leagues and caught the eye of a recruiter who promoted him to the Royals. It was a tough start for him, but his adversity leads him to work very hard at being the best and getting his skills to a top-notch status. By 1977 he was a real power hitter knocking out 22 home runs that year. Since retiring as a player, Brett has become the vice president of the Royals and has also worked as a coach part of the time.
Brett will be speaking at this year’s Legacy Award Dinner that’s occurring on November 2nd is sure to be an exciting event. Don’t forget to buy your tickets in advance, as space is expected to be limited.
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Watch George Brett Speaking about his Career in the MLB: