If you want a chance to meet your 2023 Kansas City Royals up close and personal your chance is happening during the Royals Rally at Kauffman Stadium on Saturday, February 4, 2023.

Royals Rally is a new event put together by the team which promises to give fans the opportunity to experience the team like they never have before. Royals Rally promises unique events and opportunities to make memories and send the team off to spring training the right way.

There are three two-hour sessions being offered for the Royals Rally at the K. 10:00 AM, 12:00 Noon, and 2:00 PM CST. Each session includes a roundtable discussion with players, coaches, and staff. Discounts to the team and Authentics store. Line access for player autographs. Concessions and bar access, and more. The cost is $20 dollars a ticket.

Some of the players scheduled to appear at the Royals Rally include Bobby Witt, Jr., Josh Staumont, Brad Keller, Nicky Lopez, Scott Barlow, and more. Coaches and staff will also be in attendance, however, the team will announce those appearances in the future.

Parking at Kauffman Stadium for the Royals Rally is free and those attending should park in lots A and B, and enter through Gate D on the southwest side of the stadium. The team had a limited number of VIP packages available for all three sessions, however, they sold out quickly.

Season ticket packages for the 2023 season are currently on sale, and single-game tickets go on sale on February 3. You can get more information on ticket sales on the Kansas City Royals website here.

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