Royals announce Sunday night’s game vs. Indians is sold out

Kansas City Royals

KANSAS CITY, MO (August 31, 2014) – The Kansas City Royals game against the Cleveland Indians scheduled for tonight is officially sold out. First pitch is slated for 7:07 p.m. and will be televised nationally on ESPN2 as part of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball. Fans that have not already purchased tickets should not come to Kauffman Stadium expecting to purchase tickets.

Fans that do have tickets for Sunday’s game are encouraged to “Bring Your Blue” and fill Kauffman Stadium with a sea of Royal blue to show team pride to the national viewing audience. Fans are also urged to arrive early in order to reduce traffic congestion at Kauffman Stadium.
In light of the excitement surrounding the team’s recent success, the Royals are offering special ticket deals for fans to come out to the ballpark on Monday, September 1 and Tuesday, September 2 as the Royals take on the Texas Rangers. Hy-Vee Infield seats for Monday and Tuesday, both 7:10 p.m. starts, are priced at just $5. In addition, the Royals are selling Field Plaza tickets for Tuesday’s game for just $10. Fans may take advantage of these deals by visiting http://www.royals.com/dynamicdeals. The Royals will finish the current 10-game homestand with a 7:10 p.m. game against the Rangers on Wednesday, September 3.
Royals lefty Danny Duffy (8-11, 2.47 ERA) will get the start for the Royals on tonight against Cleveland left-hander T.J. House (2-3, 4.18 ERA). The game is also a Family FunDay Sunday. The pregame festivities include live entertainment by School of Rock, plus face painters, caricature or balloon artists and more. Fans also have the opportunity to get pregame autographs with select players from 5:45-6:05 p.m. and can meet former players in the Royals Hall of Fame from 5:15 p.m. until game time.

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