Royals set for 10-Game Homestand

The Kansas City Royals are set to begin a 10-game homestand from April 12-21 at Kauffman Stadium. Kansas City, who enters at 4-3, will host the Los Angeles Angels, Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays. Royals tickets are available now for every home game.

This homestand will be the first time Royals fans will get an extended look at their hometown team in the 2021 season. Kansas City has gotten off to a good start through seven games, but this homestand will be a big test: Get Royals Tickets

Royals Homestand Tickets

April 127:10 p.m.Los Angeles AngelsN/ATickets
April 137:10 p.m.Los Angeles AngelsN/ATickets
April 141:10 p.mLos Angeles AngelsN/ATickets
April 157:10 p.m.Toronto Blue JaysJackie Robinson DayTickets
April 167:10 p.m.Toronto Blue JaysBuck NightTickets
April 171:10 p.mToronto Blue JaysRoyals Tote BagTickets
April 181:10 p.mToronto Blue JaysN/ATickets
April 197:10 p.m.Tampa Bay RaysN/ATickets
April 207:10 p.m.Tampa Bay RaysN/ATickets
April 217:10 p.m.Tampa Bay RaysN/ATickets

Los Angeles at Kansas City | April 12-14

The Angels come into Kansas City with a 6-3 record in the early going, good enough for 1st in the West. With a star-studded lineup that features Mike Trout, Albert Pujols, Anthony Rendon and Shohei Ohtani, the Angels pose a big test for the Royals’ pitching staff.

Toronto at Kansas City | April 15-18

The Blue Jays will enter Kansas City as one of baseball’s most interesting teams. Led by a trio of sons of former big leaguers, there’s a lot to like about this Blue Jays team. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is on a tear to open the season, batting .379 with 2 homers and 8 RBI in his first nine games. Bo Bichette and Cavan Biggio are also a big reason why Toronto were picked by some to win the East in 2021.

Tampa Bay Rays at Kansas City | April 19-21

Any time you get a chance to see the reigning American League champions, it’s an exciting series. The Rays don’t exactly have the most well-known roster in baseball, but they know how to win games. Rookie Randy Arozarena, who burst onto the scene in the 2020 playoffs, is probably the most well-known Rays position player. On the mound, only time will tell if Kansas City will have to face Tyler Glasnow, who is taking over as the ace of the Rays staff after the departure of Blake Snell.

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