Royals Fans Rank Top 13 Moments Of 2011

Royals Ask Fans To Rank Top 13 Moments of 2011, Announce 13-Game Holiday Pack

KANSAS CITY, MO (December 15, 2011) – As the Kansas City Royals look forward to the 2012 campaign, the club is asking fans to rank the best 13 Royals moments of the past season by visiting

Fans can rank the top plays and favorite memories of 2011 and compare their rankings to other Royals fans. Featured plays include defensive gems from Jeff Francoeur, Alcides Escobar and Alex Gordon and home runs from Billy Butler, Johnny Giavotella and Eric Hosmer to significant off-the-field moments such as the signing of 2011 first-round draft pick Bubba Starling.

In conjunction with the campaign, the Royals have unveiled a special 13-Game Pack just in time for the holidays, giving fans the opportunity to be at Kauffman Stadium to catch the next great Royals moments. The ticket package, which includes tickets to 13 home games at Kauffman Stadium in 2012 and a ticket to the 2012 All-Star FanFest, starts as low as $75.

Fans have the opportunity to choose from four different plans that include match-ups with the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Each package also includes a ticket to the 2012 All-Star FanFest, a $30 value, scheduled for July 6-10, 2012.

In addition, customers purchasing the 13-Game Pack will have the opportunity to purchase an additional 10-Game Bonus Pack for only $60. The bonus plan will give fans access to the same number of seats in the same level as their respective 13-Game Pack. Tickets are available in the Field Box, Field Plaza, Hy-Vee Box, Hy-Vee Infield and Hy-Vee Outfield sections for all plans.

The 13-Game Pack is available now for a limited time only. For more details on specific games dates and pricing or to purchase a 13-game package, please visit Fans may also contact the Royals Sales Department by calling (816) 504-4040, option 2, or emailing

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