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More About Kansas City Royals
Stadium: Kauffman Stadium
World Series Titles: 1 (1985)
Notable Players: George Brett, Brett Saberhagen, Kevin Appier, Alex Gordon, Carlos Beltran, Eric Hosmer, James Shields
The Kansas City Royals only joined the MLB in 1969, but it didn’t take them long to start making noise in the American League. Within eight years, they had the best record in the AL. From 1976-1985, the Royals made the playoffs seven times, won two AL Pennants and won the 1985 World Series. Unfortunately, the Royals haven’t been back to the postseason since that lone World Series win.
But that all might change in 2014. The Kansas City Royals haven’t been a factor in the AL Central in decades, but the Royals are back in first place this season. A young, fearless team led by Alex Gordon, Billy Butler, James Shields and Danny Duffy has KC poised to reach the postseason for the first time in 30 years.
When the Royals are relevant, Kauffman Stadium becomes an even more amazing place to take in a ballgame. One of the most visually pleasing stadiums in all of baseball, Kauffman is one of the more fan-friendly ballparks that you can visit. When Kansas City is winning like they are this year, it’s even more exciting to catch a Royals game. So get your Royals tickets now and see history in the making this season!
Kansas City Royals 2014 Schedule
The Royals are looking to do something no Kansas City team has done in 30 years: make the playoffs. To do that, the Royals will have to continue their hot play down the stretch in September. Kansas City’s final homestand sees them face the Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, and Detroit Tigers. Those 10 games could be the difference between a playoff berth and another postseason watching on TV. Make sure you check out the entire Kansas City Royals 2014 schedule and get to Kauffman Stadium this year!