KC Royals media is continuing to ensure fans have some great games to watch from the past, and this week, player moments are the focus.
There are lots of great moments throughout the history of the KC Royals. While there may be many years of let down and loss, even during some of the down seasons there are moments that will be remembered forever. This week, there are some great moments to be seen on the Royals broadcast schedule.
While most likely know about the games being broadest by now, for those who have not seen any of the schedules, teams around the MLB are doing their best to keep baseball in our lives, one way or another. Royals media has been doing well, having games on Fox Sports Kansas City, Royals Radio Network, and even a game or two on their YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter pages.
While live baseball would be a welcomed sight, until we can get that back, these games from the past will have to do.
There has been a heavy focus in the past weeks on postseason games. Games from the postseason typically go over well, as they are exciting and well remembered, but this week, fans will get to look back on some great player moments from history.
Tonight, Monday May 25th, kick off the week with FSKC as they rewatch Mike Moustakas as he drives in 9 runs. On Tuesday, fans can pick a game between FSKC and 610 Sports Radio.
610 will be airing Alex Gordon‘s 1000th hit, while FSKC will show Danny Duffy turning on the heat and setting the strikeout record. Following the script of player moments, Wednesday offers another Moose rewatch when FSKC will show Moose hitting the home run record.
Thursday night will also offer up some good games, with 610 Sports Radio airing the Royals clinching the postseason, and FSKC will who a more recent memory of Whit Merrifield reaching his 31 game hit streak.
Finally, to kick off the weekend, FSCK will be showing Soler hitting the home run record on Friday evening, and then 610 will be airing the 2014 World Series game 2.
It’s not live baseball, but in the strange time that has become the 2020 baseball season, at least it’s something. There are plenty of simulated games available for “new” content, but many of these older games are great to rewatch as well, providing some hype for whenever the 2020 season gets on track.
Keep checking back for updates every week on what Royals games will be available to watch. Hopefully soon, the schedule update will be full of live games as well.