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The Kansas City Royals and fans in attendance at last night’s game against the Detroit Tigers are in absolute shock. The reigning World Champions looked like they were going to blow out the visiting team in the first inning after scoring two unanswered runs, but this was far from the case. Detroit came back to tie the game in the fourth inning before scoring a jaw-dropping seven runs between the seventh and ninth innings. The visitors ultimately won the match 10 – 4. It was a brutal defeat for the Royals, as this is only the first of four games against the Tigers. Get your tickets to Sunday’s game to see if they can regroup. Prices are $27 and up.
The reigning World Champions are finally starting to look like themselves again as they approach the end of a six-game road trip. The Kansas City Royals have now won the last four of their past five games following yesterday’s victory over the Minnesota Twins. Kansas City appeared strong last night, peppering the Twins with 13 hits and outscoring them 7-4. The Royals will have a chance for the sweep tonight, when they play the final game of the series with Minnesota. Be sure to be at Kauffman Stadium tomorrow to greet the home team after their length road trip. Tickets to the game against the White Sox start at $19.
The Kansas City Royals have looked like anything except the defending 2015 World Champions they are in recent games. Although the two-series road trip isn’t making things any easier, Royals fans still expect them to take care of business. Kansas City has now lost their last three games in a row. The two most recent defeats came at the hands of the New York Yankees, who have an even less impressive record. They beat the Royals 10-7 last night at Yankee Stadium, following their 6-3 win on Monday. Kansas City has two more chances to avoid the sweep before returning home to face the Atlanta Braves on Friday. Tickets are $26 and up.
Just when the Kansas City Royals were starting to look like the reigning World Champions that they are, they go and lose to the Los Angeles Angels 1-6. The game got off to a rough start immediately, with the Angles blowing out the Royals in the first inning with three unanswered runs. It only got worse from there for Kansas City, who scored just one run in the fourth inning. This is only the first of three games in a road-trip against the Angels, which gives the Royals plenty of time for redemption. Their next home game is Monday, May 2 against the Washington Nationals. Tickets are $13 and up.
In their final Sprint Training game, the Kansas City Royals lost to the Rangers. Ian Kennedy started on the mound and lasted three innings before he left due to some hamstring tightness as a precautionary measure. He allowed two runs during his stint on the mound. Christian Colon hit an RBI single for the Royals' single point in the game. The Royals play in two exhibition games in Phoenix before they host the Mets for opening night on April 3, which will have their ring ceremony before the game. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person. Tickets to the exhibition games start at $10, and tickets to opening day start at $104.
3/18/16 - The Kansas City Royals came away the victors in their latest Spring Training game against the Dodgers. The Royals had a strong fifth inning with four runs. Kendrys Morales had a two-run homer, which was his first home run this pre-season. Angel Franco had an RBI from his single in the second inning. Kris Medlen started on the mound and pitched for four innings, allowing one run and three hits with four strikeouts and no walks. Dillon Gee and Miguel Almonte are expected to start on Friday for the split-quad games against the Rangers in San Antonio and against the Angels in Surprise. You can still get tickets to the games with prices starting at $24.
10/23/15 - Lorenzo Cain scored the winning run from first base in the bottom of the 8th, lifting the Royals over the Blue Jays 4-3 and securing a second straight World Series for Kansas City. The Royals host the Mets in Game 1 of the 2015 World Series on Tuesday night.
10/12/15 - After last year’s thrilling run, one should know better than to count out the Kansas City Royals. Just six outs away from the end of their season, KC rallied in Houston for a huge comeback win, preserving their playoff run for at least one more game. Eric Hosmer belted a two-run shot in the ninth to give his squad more than enough insurance, as the Royals survived to force the series back into their own building this Wednesday. Tickets are on sale for Kauffman Stadium now starting at $175, but don’t delay because supplies won’t last long! Don’t miss out on Major League Baseball history and the excitement of the postseason!
10/6/15 - After 162 games, the Kansas City Royals are back in the postseason for the second straight year. After coming within inches of the Commissioner’s Trophy in 2014, KC lit up the league this season. They held the AL’s best record throughout most of the year, sent a half-dozen players to the All-Star Game in Cincinnati, and dominated the AL Central essentially wire-to-wire. They’ll need to overcome a fiery Houston Astros team in the ALDS if they’re to advance to the Championship Series. Get your tickets for
playoff home games at Kauffman Stadium, on sale now! Seats for Game 2 start at just $71, but act now because supplies are limited!
9/29/15 - With the final Kansas City Royals home series coming to a close, they are currently sitting at 90-67. There are a few away games remaining before the 2015 season ends, but it cannot be denied that the Royals were one of the top teams. They finished at the top of their division, and all that remains is news of whether they will be competing in the American League Division Series, or maybe even the World Series. It is likely that fans are going to see some postseason action, so you may still have an opportunity to see the Royals live. Be sure to keep up on Royals news to find out what the dates may be.
9/22/15 - The Kansas City Royals are sitting pretty in first place in the AL Central Division and have a huge lead on the Minnesota Twins, who are following behind in second place. Despite their great record, the Royals haven’t been able to get on a good winning streak in the month of September. Their last three-game series against the Seattle Mariners did in fact go in the favor of the Royals as they brought in two of the three wins. On September 24, the Royals had their third game against the Mariners and outscored the Seattle team 10-4. The Royals were on fire offensively, scoring at least one run in seven of the nine innings. See if they can pull of some additional victories as they start their series of games against the Indians this weekend.
9/15/15 - Despite a string of losses, the Kansas City Royals remain the leaders of the AL Central Division. They lead the Minnesota Twins by ten games. If they want to keep their top spot, they need to turn things around and start winning again. They have one more chance to even out the four game series against the Indians on the 17th. The Indians won the first game, but the Royals shut them out the next night to win 2-0. However, the Royals were unable to capitalize on the momentum to win the third game. After finishing the series against the Indians, the Royals head to Detroit to play the Tigers for a three game series that starts on the 18th. You still have a chance to catch the Royals in person, with tickets as low as $3.
9/8/15 - The Kansas City Royals have ended their short four-game losing streak. On September 8th, against the Minnesota Twins, the Royals were able to hold off the Twins with their ironclad defense. The game was 2-4 in the end, but the Royals scored all of their runs in the first inning. Even though they gave up two runs down the road, it was not enough to overtake them. With this strong victory, they prepare to start their away series, which is one of their longest yet. The Royals will not return to Kansas City until the 22nd of September. Get your tickets for their homecoming now, when the Royals will host the Seattle Mariners. Tickets start as low as $6. With the season winding down, you will not want to miss a single game.
9/3/15 - A Thursday night decision for the Kansas City Royals to forego batting practice before the game did not hurt their averages at all. The Royals ended up in another series win against the Denver tigers, the final score in the extra-long game being 15-7.
The team has had a startling surprise this week, as two of their players have been diagnosed with chicken Pox. Both players are said to be rapidly recovering, and are avoiding the rest of the team with a slight schedule change, such as workouts earlier than the rest of the team.
The next game is set for Saturday, September 5th on their home field. Tickets can be purchased for anywhere between $28 and $189 on the Razorgator site.
8/25/15 - The Kansas City royals are on a row. After losing two games against the Red Sox last week, they have won the last four games, two against the Red Sox and two against the Orioles. In their latest victory against the Orioles on the 25th, Kendrys Morales hit a home run in the second inning to start the scoring for the night. In the third inning, Eric Hosmer had an RBI that also moved Cain to scoring position when Mike Moustakas hit a single. The Orioles tried to rally back in the fourth, but the Royals kept their lead for the rest of the game. The two teams play again on the 26th and 27th, and then the Royals head to Tampa Bay to play the Rays. Tickets remain available on Razorgator, with prices as low as $8.
8/18/15 - What else can you say about the Kansas City Royals? The boys in blue just keep figuring out ways to win, coming back in the ninth inning against the Angels two nights before doing the same against the Reds on the road. Alex Rios sacrificed to bring in the tying run and send Sunday’s matchup into extra innings, where the Royals won it with a walk-off single from Kendrys Morales. Their very next game, Kansas City scored the tying run in the top of the ninth to send the game into extra frames once again, where they capitalized on a 13th-inning error to win their 72nd game of the year, most in the American League. The Royals are off to Fenway this weekend to match-up with the Red Sox—get tickets for Sunday afternoon starting at $19!
8/12/15 - With five wins in their last six outings, the Kansas City Royals continue to run away from their American League competition as the final six weeks of regular season baseball begins. The Running Royals swept the White Sox at Kauffmann Stadium before taking two of three against the Tigers to lift their record to 68-45 on the season. Although they’ve got a pretty health lead in the AL Central, KC is still looking to add on to their win total in hopes of securing home field advantage throughout the postseason—and they’ll need all the W’s they can get with Toronto coming up fast in the rearview mirror. The Royals will head to the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati to face the Reds next week and tickets are on sale now! Get in on Tuesday from $3 and up!
8/4/15 - The Kansas City Royals had a tough time competing as they trudged through their away games. After ending a three-game losing streak, the Royals won two of five matches. That is all over now, however, and the Royals can relax a little on their own field as they begin a nice, long stretch of home games. Fans are excited as well because this marks the beginning of an excellent series of opportunities to see the Royals play live. They will be playing 10 games before hitting the road again, so be sure to get your tickets early to secure your spot in the stands. First up, the Royals host the Chicago White Sox, followed by the Detroit Tigers, then lastly the Los Angeles Angels. They will be leaving Kansas City on August 17th.
7/28/15 - A loss against the Indians broke a four game winning streak by the Kansas City Royals. However, they still took the three game series 2-1. In the first game, the Royals came out swinging, bringing in three runs off of Eric Hosmer's home run. They had another three run inning in the fifth, helping to secure the 9-4 victory. The next night was much closer, with both teams tied with one run until Hosmer, who hit in the initial run, homered in the ninth. Unfortunately, the next night the Indians had all the momentum and took the win. The Royals next head to Toronto to play the Blue Jays in a four game series that starts on the 30th. You can still get your tickets, with prices as low as $9.
7/21/15 - The Kansas City Royals won three of the four games against the White Sox. They won the first game 4-2 thanks to homers by Mike Moustakas and Alex Rios. The White Sox came back the next night to shut down the Royals. The two teams battled it out in the third game, which went to the 13th inning before Lorenzo Cain hit the winning homer. The Royals had no problem winning the final game 4-1. In their next series against the Pirates, they lost the fist game, but came back to win 3-1. The two teams have one more game on the 22nd, and then the Royals head to St. Louis for one game before hosting the Astros at home for three. You can still get tickets for the games, with prices starting at $28.
7/14/15 - The Kansas City Royals managed to raise their winning streak to six games before the Toronto Blue Jays ended it. Following that loss, the Royal and the Blue Jays had one of the most exciting games of the season. With Kansas City scoring an amazing six runs in the opening inning and the Jays scoring eight times in the sixth inning, it came down to the wire. Finally, the Royals came away with a single point lead, the final score being 10-11. This means the Royals may be back on their way to a winning streak as they travel to Chicago to play the White Sox. So far, the Royals have been performing extremely well, only being second to the St. Louis Cardinals in the entire league. They will return to Kansas City on July 20th.
7/7/15 - It was no secret that the Kansas City Royals would be making their collective mark on this year’s All-Star Game, with as many as eight potential candidates at one point during the voting process. Other big stars in Major League Baseball closed several of those gaps, leaving KC players with a very respectful four starting spots: Salvador Perez at catcher, Alcides Escobar manning shortstop, plus outfielders Alex Gordon and Lorenzo Cain. Manager Ned Yost also selected a pair of his own relievers to bolster the American League bullpen, selecting Kelvin Herrera and Wade Davis. The Royals will play host to the Blue Jays in an important AL series this weekend, and tickets for Kauffman Stadium are on sale now! Be there on Saturday afternoon with seats starting from just $11!
7/1/15 - There was no bad blood awaiting the Kansas City Royals in Oakland, despite the dust-ups that occurred between the two teams during their earlier series in Missouri this season. KC went on to sweep their American League rivals in three games, but their luck hasn’t been quite the same since. The Royals were swept themselves in three games by Houston, getting knocked around by their first-place peers in a series that ended with a total score of 16-6 in favor of the ‘Stros. Kansas City couldn’t catch a break against division rival Minnesota on Thursday either, falling 2-0 for their second shutout loss in three games. Kansas City will remain at home for the next ten days, taking on Tampa Bay in a four-game set beginning 7/6. Get your tickets for Rays vs. Royals at Kauffman Stadium starting at $10!
6/23/15 - Still in possession of seven out of nine potential American League All-Star spots, the Kansas City Royals have certainly kept the ball rolling since last year’s scintillating playoff run. The Running Royals have had an up-and-down few weeks, sweeping Milwaukee after dropping both games against St. Louis and then trading wins with Boston and Seattle in AL matchups. KC still sits atop the AL Central division with a three-game cushion over Minnesota, although their schedule is about to get tougher. They’ll head to Oakland for three games at boisterous O.Co Coliseum versus the streaking Athletics, who are playing as well as any team in the AL over the past two weeks. Get your seats for A’s vs. Royals this weekend starting at just $12 for Saturday’s day game!
6/18/15 - The Kansas City Royals are one of the most talked about baseball teams this season. They have already had a lot of success and are currently leading the record board in the Central division of the American League. Their 38 wins to 25 losses put them as one of the best teams in the MLB. Last week they hit the green grass against the Brewers and had absolutely no mercy as they swept the Brewers. Their last win on June 18 against the Brewers, the Royals were so effective because Alcides Escobar had three hits and pitcher, Jeremy Guthrie had six amazing innings. Their next series is against the Boston Red Sox, starting on June 19. Tickets are still available starting at $28 a piece.
6/9/15 - On pace to break the record for most All Star Game starters from a single team since the 1939 Yankees, the Kansas City Royals truly seem to be enjoying a renaissance as a franchise. They’ve jumped back into first place in the AL Central division with four straight W’s including a three-game sweep of the Twins, dropping Minnesota back to second place. The Royals picked up their most recent win on Wednesday night, 7-2 over the Twins behind a quick four-run first inning that took the wind out of the home team’s sails. KC will now hit the road for an interleague series versus the Cardinals in what some think may just be a potential World Series match-up down the line. Get your tickets for Friday night at Busch Stadium starting at $47!
6/2/15 - Losing six of their last eight has slowed the Kansas City Royals slightly, but they continue to hold a first-place tie with the Twins in the AL Central. The Running Royals were swept by the Yankees in New York before taking a game at Wrigley Field against the Cubs. They followed the win with frustrating back-to-back 2-1 losses to the Cubs and Indians before breaking out of the funk with a 4-2 victory in Cleveland on the strength of a quality start from Jason Vargas, who increased his own record this season to 4-2 with the decision. KC will remain at Kauffmann Stadium for a three-game series versus the Rangers this weekend and you can get in Friday night starting at $21! Tickets for Saturday’s day game start at $20, or come out for the early matchup Sunday with seats from $15.
5/26/15 - After the week they’ve had, the Kansas City Royals can’t wait to escape from New York. A 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Yankees on Wednesday sent the Royals to their season-worst fourth consecutive defeat, as starter Chris Young got knocked around for his first official loss of the year. KC didn’t receive the kindest welcome on Monday, as the Yanks tagged Jeremy Guthrie for three homers and eight runs in the bottom of the first inning and never looked back en route to a 14-1 squash at Yankee Stadium. With the series sweep in their rearview, Kansas City now moves on to Chicago for three against the Cubs beginning Friday afternoon. Get your tickets for Wrigley Field starting at $21 for the opener, $37 for Saturday evening’s matchup, and $24 for the matinee finale on Sunday!
5/19/15 - The Kansas City Royals have not been able to get a winning streak going, but they are still playing very well on the whole. In fact, the Royals have won seven of their last 10 games. Perhaps the most impressive feat is when they blew the New York Yankees away on May 15th. The final score came to 1-12. Right on the heels of that incredible feat, Kansas City managed to shut their opponents out in two consecutive games. Being at the top of their division, things are certainly looking up for the Royals. Their next opponent, the St. Louis Cardinals, will definitely be a challenge however. Stay tuned to see how they manage. Tickets for the opening game of that set start at $34.
5/12/15 - The Kansas City Royals are at the top of the leaderboard in the AL with a 21-12 record. They’ve won five of their last ten games. IN Tuesday’s game against the Texas rangers, the game was tied at 6-all after nine innings. Left fielder Alex Gordon homered on the very first pitch of the tenth, which gave the Royals the win. The team comes home to Kauffman Stadium on Friday (5/15) for a three game series against the New York Yankees. Tickets start at $23, get them now for a relaxing evening of fun during your weekend time off. On Tuesday, the Royals host the Cincinnati Reds for two evening games. Get your tickets at prices starting at $10. Come down and enjoy some baseball.
5/5/15 - The Kansas City Royals just finished up their run of games against the Detroit Tigers and they won exactly half of the matches. This mirrors their recent luck, winning four and their last seven games. While they are by no means playing poorly now, this recent slowing of their winning pace has cost them the top position in the AL Central Division, although the Royals and the Houston Astros are still very close. Kansas City is currently sitting at 16-9, just one win behind the Astros. The Royals are playing the Cleveland Indians next, then they will take on the Detroit Tigers one more time, this time in an away series. The matches against the Indians will be your last chance to see them live for a few weeks. Tickets for the May 6th game start at only $5.
5/1/15 - The Kansas City Royals sit on top of the AL leaderboard tied with the Houston Astros at 15-7 games. Pitcher Danny Duffy earned another win against the Tigers in Thursday’s games when he held Detroit to one run, while the offense came through with three runs in the third and another five in the fifth. The 8-1 win pushed the Royals over the Tigers in the AL Central. The Tigers wrap up their games in Kansas City on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets for Saturday’s (5/2) game start at $41. The Royals get Monday off before they host the Cleveland Indians in three games at Kauffman Stadium. Don’t wait to get your tickets. Prices start at $8 for the evening game on Tuesday (5/5). Come out and enjoy some baseball!
4/22/15 - The Kansas City Royals are on a three-game winning streak, with a win against the Oakland Athletics and two against the Minnesota Twins. The Royals are tied with the Tigers at 11-3 for first in the AL, but the weekend games against the A’s got hot. Royals’ pitcher Kelvin Herrara was suspended and fined, and pitcher Yordana Ventura was fined for throwing at Brett Lawrie during the games. The Royals go out on the road until Thursday (4/30) when the Detroit Tigers join the Royals at Kauffman Stadium for a four-game series. Get your tickets now to see how these teams battle it out to try and stay on top of the leaderboard. Thursday’s tickets start at $8 for the HY-Vee box behind home plate or at third base.
4/16/15 - With a 7-1 record, the Kansas City Royals sit in second place in the American League. They’re just 0.5 games behind the Detroit Tigers, and they had a seven game winning streak, nine if you count their spring training games, until Wednesday’s game against the Twins. Monday’s game was a win for the Royals at 12-3, then on Tuesday, the Twins came back and held the Royals to one run and nine hits. The Twins scored three, giving them the win. This upcoming weekend, the Royals host the Oakland Athletics for three games, beginning with an evening game on Friday (4/17). Tickets start at $12. Don’t miss the Saturday and Sunday games. On Monday (4/20), the Royals open a three-game series against the Twins. Don’t miss any of the action when you get your tickets now.
4/9/15 - It might be too early to say that the Kansas City Royals are no fluke – but a 3-0 start to the season is still pretty solid. The Royals outscored their division rivals from Chicago by 21-7 en route to the opening sweep, with only the middle contest, a 7-5 final score, a close game.
4/2/15 - Pundits have noted a distinct decline in offense over the last several seasons in Major League Baseball. One Hall of Famer, George Brett, Hall of Famer from the Kansas City Royals, attributes the decline to the facts that hitters don’t adjust to defensive shifts, and that there’s no shame any more in striking out.
3/26/15 - It’s getting to be decision time for clubs to pick their final rosters and announce Opening Day starters, and for the Kansas City Royals, skipper Ned Yost has selected Yordano Ventura to take the ball for the Royals’ defense of their American League title. Ventura was 14-10 with a 3.20 earned run average in 2014, and earned a win in World Series Game 6.
3/19/15 - The Kansas City Royals are on a two game losing streak, but they’re still sitting in second place in the Cactus League with an 11-5 record. Royals’ pitcher Edinson Volquez will have to step up his game, after giving up six runs, eight hits, and two walks in four innings in the game against the Milwaukee Brewers. The final score 8-4 was not indicative of how the Royals have been playing. Sunday’s (3/22) home game is aginst the San Francisco Giants. Tickets start at $19. On Wednesday (3/25), the Royals host the Chicago White Sox, and at $19 and up, tickets are going fast. Friday’s home game is against the Seattle Mariners, and tickets are available for this game at $24 and up. Come out to Surprise Stadium for a relaxing game of baseball.
3/11/15 - Pundits across baseball are asking if the Kansas City Royals can repeat their 2014 success in 2015, especially considering the division (AL Central) they’re in. Some prognosticators think not – two well-known projections (Baseball Prospectus, and the Bovada sports book) put the Royals at just between 70-80 wins. But it’s good to keep in mind that games are won on the field, not by computer projections.
3/5/15 - After nearly 30 years of wandering through the wilderness of mediocrity, the Kansas City royals fell just one…game…short in 2014, making their first postseason appearance since 1985 count in extending eventual champ San Francisco to seven games. The Royals go forward in 2015 wothout “Big Game James” Shields, who left as a free agent, but a stocked farm system should mean that the Royals remain competitive in the Central Division.
2/26/15 - The wait is almost over. The 2015 MLB season is approaching fast and Kansas City Royals fans are ready for their team to take the field once again. They went all the way to the World Series last year, a feat they had not achieved since 1985, but unfortunately the Royals lost to the San Francisco Giants. Kansas City's team has more energy than it has had for decades and everyone is excited for them to have another shot at the championship. You can get your first glimpse of the team's abilities on March 4th, when their preseason starts. They take on the Texas Rangers first and tickets start at only $14. If you cannot make their opening game, you will have many chances to catch them live before the season officially begins on April 6th.
2/3/15 - Fans of third basemen Mike Moustakas for the Kansas City Royals can relax, he will return for the 2015 season. The team and Moustakas have signed a $2.64 million one-year contract, which allowed them to avoid arbitration. Lorenzo Cain, outfielder for the team, has also agreed to a contract to avoid arbitration for $2.725 million. A few players are still working on their contracts, including Danny Duffy, Greg Holland, Eric Hosmer, and Kelvin Herrerra. The fans had a chance to visit with the current team, including new additions, during the annual FanFest, which had record attendance at thanks to the winning 2014 season, which saw the Royals as the American League champs. Spring Training begins soon for the Royals, with the first game on March 4 against the Texas Rangers at Surprise Stadium in Arizona. Tickets are on sale, starting at $16.
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The Kansas City Royals are a professional baseball team that was founded in 1969. The Royals are a part of the American League Central Division. The team has gone to, and won, the World Series as recently as last year. The 2016 baseball season is quickly approaching. That means you have to start looking for cheap Kansas City Royals tickets as soon as possible. Whether you’re looking for preseason tickets or opening night tickets, you can find what you’re looking for here at Razorgator.
The first game in the preseason for the Kansas City Royals is on March 2, 2016, at their spring training stadium in Surprise, Arizona. They end the spring training against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Phoenix, Arizona. You can find some away preseason tickets for anywhere from $10 to $3,237. You can get tickets at their Surprise Stadium for anywhere from $6 to $472.
The opening night of the 2016 MLB season is a rematch of the World Series game. The New York Mets will come to the Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, on April 3, 2016. The last game of the regular season is scheduled to be another home game on October 2, 2016 against the Cleveland Indians. You can find some tickets at a discount. Throughout the season, you can find home games for the Kansas City Royals for anywhere from $10 to $99,574.