The 2019 Kansas City Royals know all signs trend upwards for their 2019 outlook. The Royals are putting last season behind them and focusing on the positives that came out of it. That includes the progression of young star Adalberto Mondesi. Mondesi can attack opposing teams with both power and speed giving the Royals a potent weapon in their lineup. Another key player that has Royals fans excited is pitcher Brad Keller. Keller will look to build upon his rookie season and become a fixture in the Royals rotation for years to come.
A key offseason addition was outfielder Billy Hamilton. Hamilton is arguably the fastest man in baseball and is one of the most talented defensive players in all of baseball. The Royals lineup will be built around their stars: Whit Merrifield, Salvador Perez, Alex Gordon and Jorge Soler. The rebuild in Kansas City continues in 2019 but with some strong years from their key players, the Royals could surprise people in the AL Central division.
The Royals pitching staff will be focused around their young stars Jakob Junis and Brad Keller. Danny Duffy has a down year in 2018 but a bounce back in 2019 could help solidify this pitching rotation. The Royals signed closer Brad Boxberger and Drew Storen in the offseason to help strengthen their bullpen.
The waterfalls at Kauffman Stadium are a sight to see but it’s the Royals’ luxury suite options where people want to be. Signature suites at Kauffman Stadium wrap the infield with Dugout suites down each baseline. Most Royals suites will accommodate 18 – 20 guests. If you have a larger group than that, the popular Dugout suites is where you’ll want to be. Pricing for a suite at a Royals game could range from $2,000 - $4,000 for the Signature Level and then $3,500 - $8,000 for Dugout suites. Along with VIP parking and a suite attendant, fans will have the opportunity to have their suites fully catered from the Kauffman Stadium catering department.