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The Kansas City Royals have had some serious turnover in their lineup since their championship runs from just a few years ago, but they are retooled and ready to make a surge at baseball's biggest stage once again. Kansas City Royals tickets are popular, but easy to attain by way of this website.
One name that is still in the fold is Mike Moustakas. The talented fan favorite has played his entire career in Kansas City, beginning in 2011. The team missed the playoffs in his first three seasons before reaching the World Series and losing a dramatic Game 7 to the San Francisco Giants. In 2015, they won the World Series, bringing the trophy to Kansas City for the first time in a full 30 years.
Last year's Kansas City Royals Schedule saw the squad go 80-82 after the 2016 season, in which they went 80-81. Obviously, they will need to win at least 88 ballgames to put themselves in contention to get a slot in the postseason.
The longest tenured member of the Royals is outfielder Alex Gordon. He began his career in Kansas City back in 2007, and he has put in a quality 11 years in the time since. His best season arguably came back in 2011, when he hit 23 home runs and batted in 87. His production levels in 2019 could be key to whether or not the Royals fulfil the goals that they set for themselves.
Outfielder John Jay was lured over in the off-season to fill one of the outfield roles after six seasons in St. Louis, one in San Diego and one as Chicago Cub. The starting pitching staff is anchored by Danny Duffy and Ian Kennedy.
The team continues to play their games in the iconic Kaufman Stadium, which was renovated drastically a few years ago in order to bring it up to speed with modern terms. That was a much better approach than demolishing the whole thing and starting from scratch.
The stadium was initially built in 1973, which essentially makes it a dinosaur by today's standards. But it is still totally dialed-in, comfortable and relatively easy to access. Located at 1 Royal Way, everyone who purchases a Kansas City Royals Ticket will have a chance to soak up the sun and watch the action unfold on an emerald canvas.