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Royals and Brewers games are always very competitive and enjoyable for fans to watch. Great defense and pitching along with spectacular offense are always available when these two ball clubs meet. Both teams have talented all star players on their rosters including: Ryan Braun, Jonathan Lucroy, Matt Garza, Salvador Perez, Alex Gordon, Lorenzo Cain, and Eric Hosmer. Rukkus is the only ticket site that can give a 100% guarantee that our sports ticket prices are the cheapest Royals vs. Brewers tickets available for this must see game. When you are trying to buy MLB tickets for the cheapest price, make sure to check Rukkus or call our concierge line to help you get the best, cheap Royals vs. Brewers tickets. With some of the best players in the world these are the best baseball games available and Rukkus can connect you with the best cheap tickets for games like the Royals vs. Brewers!
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Royals Brewers Recent Match-ups
June 18, 2015, Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City, MO)
Milwaukee Brewers: 2 Kansas City Royals: 3
The Kansas City Royals come into this game against the Milwaukee Brewers with one of best records in the MLB this year following their red hot run in the postseason in 2014.We see a good pitching matchup between the two teams as the Brewers' Jimmy Nelson takes on the Royals' Jeremy Guthrie. The Royals get off to a fast start in the first inning as they score two runs in the first inning and another in the second. The game is quiet as no runs are scored until the fifth inning where the Brewers put two up on the Royals but still trail 3-2. Pitching got the better of the two teams as the Royals and Brewers go scoreless the remainder of the game as Royals closer Greg Holland finishes the game with the Royals still on top 3-2 adding to their tremendous record on the year.
June 16, 2015, Miller Park (Milwaukee, WI)
Kansas City Royals: 7 Milwaukee Brewers: 2
In this matchup for the Royals and Brewers, former Milwaukee Brewers draft picks Lorenzo Cain and Alcides Escobar return to Miller Field as starters for the Kansas City Royals. Cain and Escobar were acquired by Kansas City from the Brewers in a trade that sent Cy Young Winning pitcher Zack Greinke to Milwaukee in 2011. Looking at the trade from today's perspective, Kansas City came out on top of the trade due to the all star caliber players that Cain and Escobar have evolved to and Greinke no longer playing for Milwaukee who is now with the Dodgers. The Royals get on the board early when Lorenzo Cain hits a two run home run off of Brewers starting pitcher Matt Garza. Kansas City stays hot throughout the game scoring runs throughout the ball game. Royals pitcher Chris Young puts on a strong performance pitching a shutout game through seven innings. At the top of the eighth the Royals add to their lead and put one on the board making it a 7-0 ball game heading into the bottom of the eighth. But Milwaukee wouldn't give in as they put one run on the scoreboard in the eighth inning and another run in the ninth inning. But that would not be enough for the earlier runs produced by the Royals as reliever Luke Hochevar finishes the game with a Kansas City win 7-2.