New York City, Kansas City jazz museums bet on World Series

Published Oct. 28, 2015 7:31 a.m. EDT

NEW YORK (AP) Two jazz museums are getting in on the World Series action.

New York City's Louis Armstrong House Museum and the American Jazz Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, announced a friendly wager on the games between the Mets and the Royals.

If the Mets win, the Louis Armstrong museum will receive a basket full of jazz-related treasures from the American Jazz Museum. Among them will be the ''People's Journey DVD story of Kansas City's historic 18th & Vine Jazz District and photo prints from the museum's archives.

If the Royals win, the American Jazz Museum will be showered with Louis Armstrong's Ambassador CDs, giclee (zhee-KLAY') prints from its Jack Bradley Collection and several notable books on the jazz great.


The directors of both museums expressed confidence in their team's victory.