KC Royals continue playback schedule during uncertainty

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The KC Royals are continuing to schedule classic games for fans to view during this time of uncertainty as we wait to hear if a 2020 season will happen.

Fans of the KC Royals and teams all around the MLB continue to hold onto hope that something will finally fall in the right direction and a 2020 season will be played. Unfortunately, as the days move on, the uncertainty of a 2020 season continues to look as if it is moving further and further away instead of closer.

Mike Gillespie provided a great update on how things unfolded over the weekend and the lack of progress towards the ultimate goal. While the two sides being unable to come to an agreement for a season is an issue, the fact that there is still a pandemic, now present throughout some of baseball, just increases the uncertainty and causes hopes to fall a bit.

Still, the Royals are answering every week with some things to help keep baseball on the fan’s minds. On social media accounts, some may find trivia questions and pages, there are activating sheets, videos from players and coaches, and as always, the Royal’s Playback where classic games are shown across varying media outlets.

This week, the games continue, revisiting some postseason action and a few important milestones from Royals players past and present.

On Monday, June 22, fans can start to relive the 2015 ALCS as Fox Sports Kansas City will air Game 1 against the Blue Jays starting at 7:00 p.m. CT. They will continue the following days, airing games 2, 4, and 6 as well, all starting at 7:00 p.m. CT on June 22-24 respectively.

Along with the postseason action, fans can catch a few games that are broadcasted on 610 Sports Radio. On June 23, fans can relive Mike Moustakas breaking the home run record in 2017. Then, on June 25, fans can the into 610 again as their air Brad Keller‘s first career start from 2018. Both will begin at 7:00 p.m. CT.

Nothing is scheduled for Friday, June 26th, but on the 27th, things will pick back up over on 610 Sports Radio. They will air Nicky Lopez‘s debut, and Whit Merrifield‘s 500th hit for fans to relive, starting at 6:00 p.m. CT.

As fans wait for more updates and continue to hold out hope that a 2020 season will happen sooner rather than later, it’s great that the Royals continue to ensure there is some baseball left to be seen. Be sure to tune in for some great Royals memories.

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Continue to check-in for the continuing schedule for Royals Playback as we all wait for the 2020 season.