FSN KC Broadcasts…

On Wednesday, the team had an off day down in Surprise, Ariz., giving them all the more time to get ready for the Royals TV debut on FSN Kansas City on Thursday night…

The Royals face the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday in Cactus League Play with first pitch slated for 8:05 p.m. It marks the first game that new TV partner FSN Kansas City will broadcast and since it’s during prime time, you won’t have to skip out on work to get your first looks of FSN Kansas City broadcasting our Boys in Blue. Brett Tomko is scheduled to take the mound at Surprise Stadium on Thursday, making another bid for one of the remaining starting spots in the rotation. Would you like to see Tomko make the rotation cut?

Back to FSN…here’s some more exciting news: FSN Kansas City will broadcast 88 games (88 games!) in HD this season…for the FIRST time in Royals history. Yup, not just the CrownVision videoboard will be showing your Royals in HD – provided, of course, that you have HD television service. The HD telecasts’ schedule was just released today and can be found here. The HD schedule starts Opening Day, Monday, March 31, when the Royals visit the Detroit Tigers. And, on the home front, the April 8 opener at Kauffman will be produced in an HD telecast as well. Actually, both the entire season-opening series against the Tigers and the home-opening series against the Yankees will be televised in HD. Royals fans wanting to take advantage of watching the team in HD this season should contact their cable or satellite provider to find out if FSN Kansas City HD telecasts are available in their area…and get any of your other HD-related questions answered.

Regardless, if you watch the team in HD or not, you can definitely look forward to catching more of your Royals on TV since FSN Kansas City is broadcasting 140 regular season games and two spring training contests. The first is Thursday at 8:05 p.m., and the other is next Monday night, March 24. Welcome, FSN, to the Royals family!

1 Comment

Of course, in the Royals “market” in Oklahoma, none of the games will be on. And, if I try and buy them on Extra Innings or MLB.TV, they’ll all be blacked out.
Thanks a lot, Royals! %$#@$%

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