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White Sox - Royals

White Sox Royals

Chicago White Sox - Kansas City Royals Matchups

If you're looking for action, you're definitely in the right spot, as these two A.L. Central rivals are sure to give you plenty to cheer about as they clash on the diamond in front of a great crowd that is sure to be at the edge of their seat all game long. These two teams go back a ways, but that only makes each and every one of their matchups that much more exciting, as both of these teams have great fan bases that always pour into the stands to show their support. Once you're there in the middle of a great Royals - White Sox battle, you'll definitely be glad that you're not still sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like.

It also hasn't taken long for these two teams to become major rivals, partly because they play so close to each other and fan bases have no problem getting to and fro. If you've never seen the White Sox and Royals in action, you simply have no idea what you've been missing, as both teams have rosters loaded with explosive playmakers that are known for turning the direction of a game on a dime. When the White Sox and Royals are in the middle of a great game, you can count on there being plenty of fanfare.

Chicago White Sox - Kansas City Royals Team Info

Over the years, the Royals have become a major staple of the sports scene around Kansas City, which is saying something considering this is one of the top sports cities in the Midwest. The Royals have been looking to put together a playoff contender that might be able to swing their way to a title, and fans are anticipating them making a run much sooner than later as they look to continue to build the franchise. Great players like George Brett and Hal McRae are just a few of the legends who have played for the team, and you never know when the next superstar is going to burst onto the scene.

The White Sox, on the other hand, have also been a part of the sports culture of Chicago for generations thanks to a steady stream of great players and memorable seasons. We're talking great players like Joe Jackson, Frank Thomas, Jack McDowell, Dick Allen and plenty of others, not to mention a few World Series runs. When these two clash on the diamond, you have an established powerhouse and a team on the rise in a new city, making this one of the best regional rivalries that you'll find anywhere around Major League Baseball.

MLB Experience

When it's that time of the year and your favorite team is gearing up for a pennant race, there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on your couch watching on your high-def TV. Ditch the drab living room and get out to the stands, where you'll join in the heart-pounding action in another intense season of Major League Baseball. Though there are a few other sporting options out there, Major League Baseball remains the classic game that fans have been enjoying for generations – a trend that isn't likely to slow down any time soon.

White Sox - Royals History

MLB tickets to see the Kansas City Royals first went on sale in 1969, and it didn't take long for the Royals to make a serious name for themselves in the neighboring community. During the 1980s the Royals were hot, adding multiple division titles, two A.L. Pennants and one World Championship to the mix as they became the toast of Major League Baseball. Sports tickets to see the Chicago White Sox, meanwhile, have been around since the A.L. charter team began selling baseball tickets in 1901, giving fans more than a century of great baseball over that time. After breaking through for a big World Series win in 2005, the White Sox are looking to get back to the Fall Classic and make another championship run, and they have a talented team ready to make the leap.

White Sox - Royals Trivia

Did you know that Shoeless Joe Jackson was a career.356 hitter?

Though these days even flirting with an average above.350 brings plenty of attention, Joe Jackson did it on the regular. He also hit.408 in his rookie season in 1911, the only time he ever finished above.400.

White Sox - Royals Fans

Whether it's Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City or at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, this is a matchup that is sure to have a great backdrop filled with tens of thousands of passionate fans. With unbelievable talent down on the field and a great, passionate crowd at your side, Major League Baseball played at this level between two teams of this caliber is simply something to behold. No matter how many different options there are for following major sporting events these days, watching two quality teams like the Royals and White Sox hit the field is still as good as it gets.

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