KC Royals still have a few playback games for the week

Ned Yost, KC Royals (Photo by Daniel Shirey/Getty Images)
Ned Yost, KC Royals (Photo by Daniel Shirey/Getty Images) /

The 2020 season is getting close for the KC Royals but fans can still catch a few playback games leading up to opening day.

The 2020 season is drawing closer and closer and it won’t be long before KC Royals fans are able to finally see some live baseball. Live games being aired will be a welcome sight for fans all over as baseball, along with most sporting events, were postponed for so long.

Over the weekend, though, Bob Nightengale shared on twitter that MLB fans may get some more updates on the season today, Monday, July 6th, as the MLB looks to release the 2020 schedule.

While there has been some concern with players testing positive for COVID, it looks as though the MLB plans to continue pushing forward, employing safety protocols at every turn to help prepare for the 2020 season to begin.

Not much as been said as to what the schedule will look like for sure, but Royals fans can expect to see a bulk of the schedule be against division rivals, with a few games coming from the National League Central as well.

Until the games begin and fans can watch the Royals live on tv, though, some games are still available through the Royals Playback. As the team continues to prepare for the 20202 season, the games have become more limited, with Fox Sports Kansas City electing to show some season previews instead of previous games. 610 Sports Radio is continuing to air some games though for fans to enjoy.

This week, fans can tune into 610 to catch games at 7:00 p.m. CT on Tuesday and Thursday, and then 6:00 p.m. CT on Saturday.

On Tuesday, July 7, 610 will air the Oakland A’s at Kansas City from 8/25/2012 which is also the Sung Woo Super Fan game. Following up on Thursday, 610 will air Kansas City at the Chicago White Sox from 4/23/2015, a great game to catch from the World Series season.

Finally, on Saturday, 610 will air another game with Kansas City at the Chicago White Sox. In this recap, fans can watch Ned Yost set the franchise record for wins and cement his legacy even further.

While there aren’t as many games for fans to look back on this week, it won’t be long before live baseball will be back. With a few more weeks of spring training 2.0, teams will be ready to get started with games and get the 2020 season back on track.

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Be sure to check in for updates on the 2020 season schedule and see how the Royals will start the season.