Kansas City Royals Tickets

About Kansas City Royals

From Kansas City, Missouri, the Kansas City Royals are one of Major League Baseball's most powerful teams playing on the American League Central division. The team has had an exciting couple of years, playing some of the league's best contenders at the World Series in 2014 and coming out on top in 2015.

They were founded in 1969 and named the Royals after the American Royal, a popular horse show, rodeo and championship barbeque competition held annually in Kansas City every year since 1899.

Formerly known as the Royals Stadium, Kauffman Stadium, nicknamed "the K," has been home to the Royals since 1973. The massive ballpark is often considered one of the most beautiful in the major leagues. With more than 40,000 seats, it's easy to snag cheap tickets to catch the Royals in action. Together with Arrowhead Stadium, home of the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs, the stadium makes up the Truman Sports Complex. Since its opening, it has hosted the 1973 and 2012 All-Star games, several playoff games, three no-hitters and 11 World Series games, including one in 2014.

The Royals have battled it out in heated competition with several teams over recent years, such as the San Francisco Giants in the 2014 World Series. They have also gone head to head with the St. Louis Cardinals during intense games since the rivalry started in 1985 when the Royals defeated them in the World Series. This heavy competition is what makes fans eager to get their cheap Kansas City Royals tickets.

Kauffman Stadium was once home to many MLB baseball legends, including names like Amos Otis, Willie Wilson, Mark Gubicza, Frank White and Hal McRae. The Royals roster has been comprised of many AL MVPs, gold glove award winners and Rookie of the Year contenders. With current players like left fielder Alex Gorden and impressive pitchers Brandon Finnegan and Sean Manaea on the roster, the 2016 season has fans excited to see how far their team is going to make it. Other stars that are expected to shine are Jason Vargas, Omar Infante, Wade Davis and Edinson Volquez.

The Royals have appeared in the playoffs seven times from 1976 to 1985. Winners of the 2015 World Series, they're are expected to continue their success in 2016. Fans anxiously await to see whether the Royals will defy reality again as they did in the 12th inning of the 2015 World Series when they took the lead against the New York Mets on a pinch-hit RBI single from Christian Colon. Don't miss out on a chance to see the Royals work their way to another World Series tournament this year. Get your Kansas City Royals tickets today before they sell out!

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