Kansas City Royals Tickets

After a mediocre 2016 season, the Royals are looking to return to postseason for in 2017. With a solid roster from top to bottom featuring Salvador Perez and Eric Hosmer, the Royals could make another magical post season run in the new 2017 season. Don’t miss out on Kansas City and find the cheapest Kansas City Royals tickets on Rukkus today!

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What makes Kauffman Stadium special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Kauffman Stadium is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, the fountain and water display, also known as the Water Spectacular, located behind the right­field wall will catch your eye. The fountains are on display before and after the game, as well as in between innings, while the waterfalls flow constantly. The Water Spectacular is known to be the largest privately funded fountain in the world, standing at 322 feet.

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2016 Royals Outlook

The World Series Champs look to repeat in the new 2016 season. The Kansas City Royals had a magical playoff run last season and took the title back to Kansas City for the first time since 1985. The Royals may have a tough challenge ahead of them though because they lost key pieces like Ben Zobrist and Johnny Cueto. But KC did resign the face of the franchise, Alex Gordon to a new contract which is great for the fans and the organization heading forward.

Kansas City Royals Ticket Information

A Kansas City Royals game at Kauffman Stadium is a thrilling spectacle of fast-paced action. The Royals will have you on the edge of your seat as they battle in another closely contested game. Dominant pitching, great defense, and the ability to play “small ball” are all staples of Royals baseball. You have to be here to see the action for yourself. Grab your tickets to Royals baseball today!

Kansas City Royals fans are consistently treated to enjoyable baseball at Kauffman Stadium. The powerful sluggers on this team’s roster have the ability to hit the “long ball” at any moment. Opposing catchers have nightmares about the Royals speed on the base paths, while opposing hitters tremble in fear of the Royals pitching staff. If live baseball sounds like your kind of entertainment, you have to get tickets to Royals baseball right away!

While the on-field action captivates the crowd, the beautiful Kauffman Stadium keeps the fans coming back for more. This ballpark has seen plenty of incredible teams and players, including George Brett and Mike Sweeny. If you are a baseball enthusiast, head down to “The K” for hours of non-stop baseball action. Pick up your Kansas City Royals tickets now!

Thousands of Royals fans donning their royal blue attire and loudly cheering on their team make an MLB game at Kauffman Stadium unforgettable. Come and root for the “boys in blue” as they look to return the World Series title to Kansas City. Buy Kansas City Royals tickets today!

Kansas City Royals Bio

Kansas City Royals Franchise History

The Kansas City Royals made their way onto the baseball scene all the way back in 1969 and have been trying their best to be a contender in the American League ever since. However, success hasn't always been easy to come by for the team in blue.

There wasn't too much to remember about Kansas City's inaugural year in the league, as a lowly 69-93 record will more often than not make that the case. However, there was one major bright spot, as a young Lou Pinella took home the prestigious honor of Major League Rookie of the Year.

Luckily for Royals fans, the team would start to find its footing in 1975 by setting a franchise record 91 wins during the thrilling regular season, but it wasn't until the following year that they would really make some noise.

Kansas City wrapped up the West Division title the next three seasons, but unfortunately, every single year was brought to a halt by the New York Yankees in the ALCS. It was a frustrating period to say the least for a team that was looking to finally get over the hump and find its way to the World Series for the first time.

The Royals would offer up a sweet plate of revenge to the Yankees in 1980 after yet another West Division crown. Kansas City brought out the brooms and swept New York in the ALCS before ultimately coming up a little bit short against the Philadelphia Phillies in the Fall Classic.

But then everything would change five short years later, as the Royals would make their World Series appearance count this time around and were able to dispose of the St. Louis Cardinals in an exciting seven game series to give the franchise its first world championship.

Would success breed success for the organization going forward? Not quite. After experiencing the highest of the highs in 1985 behind the superb play of George Brett, not even the famous Bo Jackson could help the Royals find the playoffs during his four-year tenure.

Instead, Kansas City would find itself waiting a long time before it felt the glory of make it to the post-season. Just how long? A head-scratching 29 years.

The Royals did find a way to make the most of their return to baseball's biggest stage, as they were clearly starving for some type of success after going so long without making it into the playoffs. That led to the team sneaking past the scrappy Oakland Athletics in the AL Wild Card Game before absolutely dominating the Los Angeles Angels in the ALDS and the Baltimore Orioles in the ALCS. With those sweeps under their belt, Kansas City had finally reached the World Series once again.

Unfortunately, the franchise didn't get to experience its happy Hollywood ending, losing to the San Francisco Giants in a thrilling seven game series.

Kansas City Royals Marquee Players

It's safe to say that Bo Jackson has likely been the greatest athlete to ever step on the field for the Royals, but no one has made a bigger impact on the Kansas City organization than George Brett.

Brett's Hall of Fame career saw him score league MVP honors in 1980, and without question, he was the driving force behind the team's first World Series victory five years later. There have been few third basemen quite like Brett in MLB history, and his total impact on the Royals franchise can't be explained in words.

Kansas City has also seen impressive players such as Bret Saberhagen, Hal McRae, and Frank White (who joins Brett as the only two players to have their number retired by the franchise) come through the city during the team's history.

Kansas City Royals Pennants and World Series Titles

The 1985 title remains as the only world championship for the Royals, with the team's other two World Series appearances resulting in disappointment.

However, the Boys in Blue have done a great job in capturing three AL pennants and also have six division crowns to go along with that.

Kansas City Royals Venue Information

Kaufmann Stadium in Kansas City has always been considered a favorite by many baseball fans due to the fountain and waterfall combination that is on display in right field.

There are certain things that set stadiums apart, and there's no doubt that this particular feature is what makes Kaufmann Stadium so unique in the sports world. It's quite the peaceful setting to watch a baseball game in thanks to this spectacular addition.

Recent renovations have made the stadium a wonderful viewing experience for both home and visiting fans, with the stadium currently seating close to 38,000 for all home games.

Kansas City Royals 2015 Season Outlook

After coming up only one run shy of its second World Series title in team history, you can bet that the Royals will be playing with a vengeance in 2015 as they look to avoid another 29-year playoff drought.

In order to do that, Kansas City won't have to change a whole lot. The franchise found a formula that worked last season, and it'll need to strive for that same type of consistency and the drive to peak at the right time so that they can make a return to baseball's biggest series.

Like most teams, the Royals will rely on their pitching rotation to lead the way towards achieving their goals. While Kansas City does have some talented hitters in the line-up, the effectiveness of their pitching staff will be what determines the outcome of their season.

If this team wants to make another World Series run, it'll have to do so by getting through what may be a much better AL Central. There's a good chance that the Detroit Tigers will once again be the top dog – or tiger – in the division, and Cleveland and Chicago could have enough to make things interesting as well.

But the Royals have a lot of momentum and confidence on their side in trying to capture that elusive World Series title.

Kansas City Royals Lineup

  • Aaron Brooks
  • Francisley Bueno
  • Casey Coleman
  • Louis Coleman
  • Tim Collins
  • Aaron Crow
  • Wade Davis
  • Scott Downs
  • Danny Duffy
  • Brandon Finnegan
  • Jason Frasor
  • Jeremy Guthrie
  • Liam Hendriks
  • Kelvin Herrera
  • Luke Hochevar DL60
  • Greg Holland
  • John Lamb
  • Michael Mariot DL60
  • James Shields
  • Jason Vargas
  • Yordano Ventura
  • Erik Kratz
  • Francisco Pena
  • Salvador Perez
  • Christian Colon
  • Cheslor Cuthbert
  • Alcides Escobar
  • Johnny Giavotella
  • Eric Hosmer
  • Omar Infante
  • Mike Moustakas
  • Jayson Nix
  • Lane Adams
  • Norichika Aoki
  • Lorenzo Cain
  • Jarrod Dyson
  • Alex Gordon
  • Terrance Gore
  • Raul Ibanez
  • Carlos Peguero
  • Josh Willingham
  • Billy Butler

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Cheap Kansas City Royals Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox — 09/11/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox — 09/10/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Cincinnati Reds — 08/19/2015
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Toronto Blue Jays — 09/21/2017
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$1.00 Kansas City Royals at Toronto Blue Jays — 09/20/2017
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Kansas City Royals at New York Yankees — 05/09/2016
Yankee Stadium; Bronx, NY
$2.00 Kansas City Royals at Toronto Blue Jays — 09/19/2017
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Kansas City Royals at Cleveland Indians — 06/02/2016
Progressive Field; Cleveland, OH
$2.00 Kansas City Royals at New York Yankees — 05/10/2016
Yankee Stadium; Bronx, NY
$2.00 Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers — 09/06/2017
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI

Best and Most Expensive Kansas City Royals Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,840.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at New York Mets - Game 5 (If Necessary) — 11/01/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$1,500.00World Series: New York Mets at Kansas City Royals - Game 2 — 10/28/2015
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$1,481.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at New York Mets - Game 4 — 10/31/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$796.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at San Francisco Giants - Game 5 — 10/26/2014
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$698.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at New York Mets - Game 3 — 10/30/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$664.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at San Francisco Giants - Game 4 — 10/25/2014
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$664.00World Series: Kansas City Royals at San Francisco Giants - Game 3 — 10/24/2014
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$598.00World Series: New York Mets at Kansas City Royals - Game 7 (If Necessary) CANCELED — 11/04/2015
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$590.00World Series: San Francisco Giants at Kansas City Royals - Game 2 — 10/22/2014
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$590.00World Series: San Francisco Giants at Kansas City Royals - Game 1 — 10/21/2014
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO