The KC Royals won’t leave their fans hanging during the offseason. Starting tonight, there will be a chance to catch some news from the team.
This is one of the best and worst times of the baseball season. There is typically a lot of new information swirling around, free agents being signed, and lots of storylines to follow. On the other hand, though, there is no actual baseball being played. For those of us who want to see the KC Royals in action, we have to wait a few more months.
Luckily, fans have a chance to catch up with some Kansas City news and some of the broadcasters, including Ryan Lefebvre and Rex Hudler.
It was announced on Tuesday (November 17th) that Fox Sports Kansas City will start Royals offseason programming on Wednesday nights during the offseason, starting tonight (November 18th).
Fans will get a chance to catch up with the broadcast team as they air Royals Warmup at 6:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. CT, a discussion show where there will likely be talk of the 2020 season, what’s going on with the offseason and free agency, and maybe even some look at what to expect in 2021.
If that’s not enough, though, Fox Sports will also be airing some games from the 2020 season to help fans with their need for continued baseball. Tonight, fans can catch the game where Brady Singer pitched his no-hitter into the eighth inning.
The release does not say how long this will last, but at least fans will have something to tune into to get some Royals updates from the team for a little while.
Unfortunately, for many fans, access to this content may not be available. Towards the end of the season, Shawn Bauman provided an update on the issue that is Fox Sports finding its way off most streaming platforms. It’s getting more and more difficult for fans to watch Royals content and if something isn’t done, Kansas City may end up seeing a decrease in viewers.
For those who do have access, though, be sure to tune in for updates from Kansas City and to catch some of the highlights of the 2020 season.
Royals Warmup is back and fans can see the broadcast team talk about the Royals during this offseason.