Kansas City Royals News – 2013 Royals Updates
The Kansas City Royals have beefed up their pitching staff by acquiring James Shields, Ervin Santana, and Wade Davis this offseason. In addition, the Royals re-signed Jeremy Guthrie as a free agent. These four starting pitchers along with Luke Hochevar, Bruce Chen, and Luis Mendoza (who are looking to make the 5 man rotation) currently have a 2.29 ERA over 19 2/3 innings.
The Royals begin Spring Training
unbeaten which has regular season Royals baseball tickets up 27% since Spring Training began. The average Kansas Royals ticket is $57, still sixth cheapest in the League. The fact that the Royals have had previous success in Spring Training and yet have still not had a winning season in a decade, could be a factor in cheap Royals tickets. Royals Spring Training tickets are averaging $34 and have seen little change as a result of the Royals Spring Training winning ways. The most expensive Spring Training game will be played against the Los Angeles Dodgers
Behind Opening Day at Kauffman Stadium
(4/8) and the New York Yankees
series in May, the rivalry series against the St. Louis Cardinals
is the most expensive home game(s). On average Cardinals vs Royals tickets will cost $119 (5/28) and $115 (5/27) per seat. Opening Day KC Royals tickets against the Minnesota Twins
are 54% more expensive than the second most expensive game. Other notable series on the Royals schedule include the Boston Red Sox
(8/8 - 8/11) and Oakland Athletics
(7/5 - 7/7).
Last year the KC Royals hosted the 2012 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. The 2013 MLB All-Star Game
will be played at Citi Field