KC Royals: Playback schedule is adding season previews

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The KC Royals are getting closer to their 2020 season but the playback schedule will continue with a few games and added previews.

The excitement can start to grow a little more for KC Royals fans as the 2020 season gets closer and closer. Spring training 2.0 should begin this week and the Royals seem as though they will get to work quickly, not wanting to waste any time.

With the announcement of their 60 man roster for the season, things are ready to go for testing to begin camp. By the end of the week, the Royals will hopefully be taking batting practice and the coaching staff can start narrowing down who will be in the lineup for opening day.

Luckily, while fans wait for actual live baseball, there is still a chance to catch a few games on the Royals Radio Network, along with some new content from Fox Sports Kansas City.

On Tuesday, June 30th, fans can catch a game with multiple historic moments on 610 Sports Radio. The game being aired will be the Ned Yost and the Glass Family’s final win, along with the claiming of the Home Run Crown for Jorge Soler, and back to back season hitting leader for Whit Merrifield.

Then, on Thursday, July 2, fans can again tune into 610 Sports Radio and listen to the broadcast of Zack Greinke‘s first career shutout from 2009. This should be a good flashback for fans to Greinke’s Cy Young Award season with the Royals.

On Friday, July 3, Royals fans can see some updates on the 2020 season as Fox Sports Kansas City will show a Royal’s Warmup with a preview of the season. Hopefully, during some of these previews, fans will get a chance to see some of the action taking place at Kauffman for spring training 2.0.

On Saturday, July 4th, fans can tune into 610 Sports Radio again and enjoy another flashback to Ned Yost’s first game with the Royals. Also, on this day, FSKC will again air a season preview.

There will be fewer games aired this week, and it’s likely the number of games will continue to decline, but as soon as live games begin again, there will be plenty of Royals content for fans to enjoy.

Continue to enjoy these past games for a few more weeks while the team prepares for the 2020 season to begin and look for FSKC to continue showing season previews for any updates on the team and what may be going on.

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Things are likely to move fast over the next few weeks, but it won’t be long before fans can enjoy live Royals baseball again.