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Royals and Dodgers games are always spectacular ball games for fans to see.Great offense, spectacular defense, and phenomenal pitching matchups are in every game when these two ball clubs meet up for a series. Both teams have talented all star players on their rosters including: Yasiel Puig, Clayton Kershaw, Adrian Gonzalez, Salvador Perez, Alex Gordon, Lorenzo Cain, Alcides Escobar, Eric Hosmer and much more. Rukkus is the only ticket site that can give a 100% guarantee that our sports ticket prices are the cheapest Royals vs. Dodgers tickets available. When searching for MLB tickets at the cheapest price, make sure to check Rukkus or call our concierge line to help you get the best and cheapest Royals vs. Dodgers tickets. As the game becomes more and more exciting every year, Rukkus can connect you with the best cheap tickets for the biggest rivalry games like the Royals vs. Dodgers!

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Royals Dodgers Recent Match-ups

April 1, 2015, Surprise Stadium (Surprise, AZ)

Los Angeles Dodgers: 4 Kansas City Royals: 4

This spring training matchup between the Dodgers and the Royals looked to be a highly competitive game due to the success of each ballclub in 2014. Due to Royals and Dodgers being in separate divisions, play between the two teams can be a rare occasion, so the chance for action in spring training is not one to be overlooked or missed. With Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw on the mound for the Dodgers, it looked as if the Royals were in for a long day at the park. The Royals had starter Yordano Ventura on the mound to start the game. The Royals jumped on the board first in the second inning scoring one run but the Dodgers responded strongly coming up with one run in the third, fourth, and fifth inning making the game 3-1 Dodgers. The two clubs were both scoreless until the seventh inning putting on one run apiece making it now a 4-2 Dodger lead. As the pitching looked strong, the game came down to the Royals batting in the ninth inning still down 4-2. The Royals then rallied and scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning but could not produce any more then resulting in the game ending in a tie. Ventura had a strong four innings as he outlasted Kershaw who only pitched three innings. The highly competitive teams showed their best stuff against one another in a spring training game that would be a great one to see.

October 6, 2014, Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City, MO)

Kansas City Royals: 4 Los Angeles Dodgers: 5

Interleague play is something that varies from season to season, so it’s a special opportunity when great teams such as the Royals and Dodgers come together in the regular season for a matchup. This game showed the very competitive nature of both teams as their offenses scored only a few runs in a few innings. Pitching was what controlled this game and with James Shields on the mound for the Royals for seven innings, the Dodgers had to take advantage of their opportunities to score. The Dodgers starting pitcher, Dan Harren, only lasted four innings before relievers began taking the mound. But the relievers of the Dodgers is what made it a competitive game with only giving up three hits and zero runs for the remainder of the ball game. This pitching dominance by the Dodgers relievers upheld against the Royals’ powerful offense as the Dodgers top Kansas City with a score of 5 to 4.