KC Royals Vs STL Cardinals Tickets
The reigning World Series champions are back in action. The Kansas City Royals are in fine form after their championship winning season, but are in line to face a stern test when they face off against the St Louis Cardinals, a franchise that has won the second highest number of World Series in MLB history. With these two behemoths about to clash soon, this is one game no true baseball fan will want to miss out on.
The crown is ready
The Royals were created in 1969 and got off to a relatively positive start, as they posted their first winning season within their third year in the league. Most of this progress was down to some intelligent signings made by the management, players that would go on to become legends in baseball history. With their help, the team has now won two World Series titles, four AL Pennants and seven division titles to date.
Take a bow
The Cardinals made their professional debut in 1882 as one of the first members of the American Association, but had actually been around for seven years before that. They had been an amateur side that were called the Browns initially, before they were purchased by Chris von der Ahe and turned into a proper baseball franchise. They have since won eleven World Series titles, twenty three pennants and thirteen division titles.
Now you can see two MLB giants in action by booking your Kansas City Royals vs St Louis Cardinals tickets to enjoy the game, live at the Kauffman Stadium.
Cardinals Vs Royals
In 2015, the Kansas City Royals broke a three decade drought when they won the World Series against the New York Mets. With the Cardinals winning their last World Series in 2011, these teams have faced each other in 90 games. Out of those, the Cardinals have won 51 and lost 39 to the Royals. The Cardinals winning percentage is .567. The home win record for the Cardinals is 19 wins and 20 losses. However, for road games, the Cardinals have won 32 games and lost 19 to the Royals. The 2017 MLB season is expected to be exciting for both the Cardinals and the Royals.