The class is made up of 16 former athletes and coaches.
Headlining this year's class a couple of ball players.
Long-time Royal Mike Sweeney was there.
Sweeney came up with Kansas City in 1995 and played 13 of his 16 big league seasons as a Royal.
He had a life time batting average of .297, hit 215 homers and drove in 909 runs.
Sweeney was a five-time All-Star.
One of the most inspiring Cardinals of all time was also inducted -- shortstop David Eckstein.
Despite his 5-foot-6 frame, Eckstein played a decade in the big leagues and three great years with St. Louis, becoming the World Series MVP in 2006.
Long time Chiefs fullback Tony Richardson was also inducted.
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And in college basketball, both Missouri State teams bring home victories.
The Bears beat Drake in a Missouri Valley matchup, 78 to 72. And the Lady Bears win 79 to 72 over Southern Illinois.