Most KC Royals’ fans are likely missing baseball right now, but luckily, there is an option to watch some great games of the past from around the MLB.
I’m really starting to miss the KC Royals more and more. Life is a little more dull, and TV seems awfully boring with the lack of Royals baseball and sports all around constantly playing. Even if there were teams playing that weren’t high on the “follow” list, a check-up on the score was usually in order, just to stay in the loop.
If able to get the channel, some sports fans may have gotten some (comic) relief on Sunday when ESPN provided a day of axe throwing, stone skipping, marble runs, and many other odd or less than typical sports.
But for many, it could have just been an unfortunate continuation of trying to see what was on other channels, what movies were new across streaming services, or worse, finally doing those projects around the house that have been put off for weeks, months, or years.
Luckily, there is a chance for Royals fans, and fans of all baseball, to watch some great games from the past. Jeffrey Flannagan pointed this out in his tweet yesterday with a link to an article with some details.
The MLB is looking for ways to provide some entertainment and get a spark back into the lives of baseball fans. If you venture over to the MLB Vault Youtube page, there is a chance for many fans to find some of this entertainment from past games.
This is outstanding news for anyone who enjoys baseball. Not only are there multiple KC Royals games available for fans to view, but there are plenty of games from MLB history that many may enjoy and that will fill some time while waiting for live sports to return to our lives.
The article goes into depth about games that are included for all teams around baseball, but as far as Royals games go, here is their suggested starting point:
1985 World Series Game 7, Royals vs. Cardinals.
2014 American League Wild Card Game, Royals vs. A’s
2015 American League Division Series Game 4, Royals vs. Astros
2015 American League Championship Series Game 6, Royals vs. Blue Jays
2015 World Series Game 6, Royals vs. Mets
While it is unfortunate that it is not live baseball, the fact that fans can go and relive many of these games is still outstanding and can help bridge the gap between now, and whenever it is that baseball will resume.
In this time without baseball, and without much baseball news, continue taking a look back and remember the great times through baseball history and prepare for the eventual return of sports back into our daily lives.