Check in for the KC Royals games on the schedule this week

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KC Royals fans have been able to watch past games during their downtime with no live baseball, and this week’s lineup has more postseason magic.

As most probably know by now, each week, more past KC Royals games are being shown across various Kansas City media outlets, allowing fans to relive some past magic while trying to fill the void that has been left by the lack of a baseball season.

It seems that talks are starting to speed up a bit as organizations are wanting to get games going, but it could still be some time before fans are able to see the Royals play live again, and even longer before being able to sit in the seats at Kauffman and watch a game.

Until that time though, the Royals will continue to ensure that there are games to watch every day, and they are doing a good job to ensure that the games being shown are enjoyable and great games from team history.

This week, there is more postseason fun. Tonight, May 18th, at 7:00 on Fox Sports Kansas City, fans can catch Game 1 of the 2015 World Series and this magic leadoff hit from Alcides Escobar.

FSKC will continue with the 2015 World Series run, airing games 2, 4, and 5 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, all at 7:00. 610 Sports Radio will also jump in on the action, airing a few games from the 2014 season on Tuesday and Thursday.

To kick off the weekend, on Friday, May 22, fans can enjoy the 1985 ALCS Game 7. A great, past game with players like George Brett fighting to ensure they stay in the postseason to bring home the World Series.

The game will be available on Royals Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter pages at noon. Then on Saturday, May 23, 610 Sports Radio will air Game 3 of the 2014 ALCS.

Royals media have been pushing out a lot of postseason games for fans to catch up with, but who doesn’t want to relive some of that magic. The 2015 and 2014 postseason runs are fresh in the minds of many, but some of the older games, like those from the 1985 season, are great reminders of why the Royals continue to be our favorite team.

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Continue to check in with the games and for updates each week on the games that will be aired for fans to get their baseball fix.