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The Kansas City Royals get their name from the American Royal stock show, which has been held in Kansas City since 1899. They joined the American League in 1969 and found a permanent home with the Central Division in 1994. The Royals have only played in the World Series four times, winning the championship in 1985 and again in 2015. Between 1986 and 2013, Kansas City did not qualify for postseason. They broke their 28-season losing streak in 2014 with a wild card bid and have remained strong ever since. Find out if they make it back to the big game and purchase your Kansas City Royals tickets here at Razorgator.

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If the Kansas City Royals want to qualify for a berth in the MLB playoffs, they’d better hope for some help and also get on a big winning streak. As of Sept. 8, the Royals were in third place in the AL Central, sporting a mark of 72-67, nine games out of first place. Kansas City played well offensively against Minnesota Sept. 5 and 6. In two victories over the Twins, the Royals scored a combined 21 runs while allowing just eight. The Royals couldn’t complete the sweep, however, falling to the Twins 6-5 on Sept. 7. The Royals will get a chance to pick up some much-needed wins with a four-game home series with Oakland, Sept. 12–15. Tickets to the first game start at $4.
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Fans of the Kansas City Royals are no doubt starting to get nervous as the playoffs approach. Last year’s World Champions have looked less than sharp this week, especially in their most recent series against the New York Yankees. They lost the series 1 - 2, and those two losses were especially brutal at 4 - 5 each. The Royals are now 69 - 64 overall and third in the American League Central, which means they will really have to work to get back into postseason contention. Come show your support tomorrow when Kansas City hosts the Detroit Tigers. Tickets are on sale and available for purchase starting at $19.

Perhaps no team in baseball has been as hot as the Kansas City Royals this August. Despite falling at Miami 3-0 on Aug. 24, the Royals have had a stellar month, winning 15 of 21 games. The most recent loss snapped a nine-game winning streak. As of Aug. 24, the Royals were 65-61, good enough for third place in the AL Central. Defense has been the name of the game lately for Kansas City. The Royals posted a pair of shutouts last week and surrendered just one run in another game—a 2-1 nail biter over Minnesota on Aug. 21. Coming up next for Kansas City is a three-game homes series with the New York Yankees. Tickets to the first game start at $8.

After winning the first of three games against the Rangers, the Kansas City Royals lost the next two. In game 1 on July 22, Danny Duffy was on the mound for 6 2/3 innings to lead the team. Cheslor Cuthbert had a homer, while Whit Merrifield had an RBI single and Eric Hosmer brought in a run on a ground-out. The Royals attempted to rally in game 2 and lost by one in game 3. The Royals also could not get traction in their first game against the Angels on the 25. They host them twice more on the 26 and 27 before they head to Texas to play the Rangers again. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $6.

The Kansas City Royals split their latest four game series with the Mariners. In the first game, the Mariners were ahead 3-0 until the Royals finally found their groove in the bottom of the eighth when Paulo Orlando hit a single that drove in two runs. Then, in the bottom of the ninth, Salvador Perez doubled, brining in two runs for a walk-off win. The next night was another close one, but it went to the Mariners. In the third game, the Royals held onto an early lead to win. The Mariners took the final game, despite another attempt to rally by the Royals. After the break, the Royals head to Detroit to play the Tigers. Tickets remain available from $25.

The Kansas City Royals split the home part of a home-home series against the Cardinals. The two teams played in Kansas City for two games on the 27 and 28. The Royals, coming off a 6-1 win against the Astros, were ready to play. Both teams had a two run first inning, and then the Royals capitalized on that momentum in the second inning to get four additional runs. The rest of the game remained scoreless, giving them a 6-2 victory. The next night, the Cardinals were the ones to take the win. The two teams play two more games, this time in St. Louis on the 29 and 30. Tickets remain available, for prices starting at $21.

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.

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.

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