The official website of the Kansas City Royals, including news, statistics, ticket information and team history.
Established in 1969, the Kansas City Royals are an American League team currently playing in the Central division.
A statistically-laden history of the Kansas City Royals.
For the first four years of their existence from 1969-1972, the Royals played in Municipal Stadium.
Since 1973, the Royals have played in Kauffmann Stadium, originally known as Royals Stadium.
I've been to two games in Kauffmann Stadium. The waterfalls placed beyond the outfield fence really lend a unique "swimming pool" smell to the stadium.
Kauffmann Stadium, home of the Royals, sits in the same massive sports complex as Arrowhead Stadium, which is home to the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs.
A video story of the 2015 Kansas City Royals as they pursued the team's first World Series title since 1985.
Story of Ewing Kauffmann bringing the Royals to Kansas City, the building of Kauffmann Stadium told with the story of Frank White, and the run to the 1985 World Series.
On July 24, 1983, in one of the most famous arguments in MLB history, Royals icon George Brett's potentially game-winning home run is ruled an out due to an illegal amount of pine tar on his bat.
From Brett's heroics in the 70's and 80's to 2014 and 15 and the "Comeback Kids," a video compilation of some of the best games in Royals history.