Kansas City Royals Plan Rally
The Kansas City Royals have announced a one-of-a-kind event coming to Kauffman Stadium on Monday, September 29. The Royals "Take the Crown Rally" will allow fans and players to come together to celebrate the club's first Postseason appearance in 29 years. The event is free to the public and will begin at 11:30 a.m.
FOX Sports Kansas City's Ryan Lefebvre will hold a special Q&A with General Manager Dayton Moore and Manager Ned Yost, as well as select Royals players and alumni. Kauffman Stadium host Danaya, Sluggerrr and the KCrew will also be on hand to entertain fans, distribute Royals prizes and more.
In addition, the Majestic Team Store will be open for fans to purchase official Royals Postseason merchandise. Fans can also stop by Royals Authentics for a wide selection of Major League Baseball authenticated items, including game-used bats, baseballs, jerseys, batting gloves and more used by the playoff-bound 2014 Royals. Select concessions will also be available.
To wrap up the event, fans can watch the Royals take batting practice in preparation for their Wild Card tilt with the Oakland Athletics the following day at Kauffman Stadium.
Gates to the ballpark will open at 10:45 a.m. Fans are asked to enter the Truman Sports Complex via Gate 2 or the Bus Exit located near Gate 6 and will be directed to park in Lot J. A rundown for the official Royals "Take the Crown Rally" is listed below.
|Take the Crown Rally|
|Monday, September 29|
|10:45 a.m.||Kauffman Stadium Gates Open|
|11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.||Interviews and Q&A|
|12:15-1:30 p.m.||Royals Batting Practice|
The Royals are asking fans to exit the Truman Sports Complex via the Bus Exit near Gate 6 promptly at 1:30 p.m. following the rally in order for the Kansas City Chiefs to prepare for their Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots. "Take the Crown Rally" attendees with tickets to the Chiefs game will need to leave the parking lots after the rally and re-enter the parking lots when the Truman Sports Complex opens again at 3 p.m. for the Chiefs game.
(Courtesy of Kansas City Royals)