Kansas City Royals Spring Training Schedule in Davenport Florida

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Kansas City Royals Spring Training


The Kansas City Royals open their  2016 Spring Training schedule as the home team against its Surprise complex mates, the Texas Rangers, on Wednesday, March 2.

The Royals will prepare for defense of their World Championship with a 34-game Spring Training schedule that features 15 home games at Surprise Stadium, with one additional game (March 30 vs. Texas) as the visiting team at the park.

Other highlights include a two-game series against the Rangers at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, on Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19. The Royals will conclude the spring schedule with a two-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field, Friday, April 1 (8:40 p.m.) and Saturday, April 2 (3:10 pm.), before opening the regular season on Sunday, April 3 against their 2015 World Series opponent, the New York Mets, on ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball".

Pitchers and catchers will report to Surprise on Thursday, February 18. Workouts for pitchers begin the following day, Friday, February 19. The remainder of the squad will report on Monday, February 22 and begin workouts for the 2015 campaign on Tuesday, February 23

The Surprise Recreation Campus Box Office will open at 7 a.m. local time on Saturday, January 9 for walk-up purchases. A service charge will be applied to tickets purchased online or over the phone. Fans with questions about Spring Training tickets may call 623-222-2222..

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2016 Royals Spring Training Schedule
Date Opponent Site Time
  Home games in bold  (ss) = split squad  
Mar 2 Texas Rangers Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 3 Texas Rangers Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 4 San Diego Padres Peoria 7:10
Mar 5 Chicago White Sox Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 6 LA Angels Tempe 1:05
Mar 7 Oakland A's Mesa 1:05
Mar 8 Colorado Rockies Surprise Stadium 1:10
Mar 9 Milwaukee Brewers (ss) Surprise Stadium 1:05
Texas Rangers (ss) Peoria 1:05
Mar 10 Chicago White Sox Glendale 1:05
Mar 11 Arizona Diamondbacks Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 12 Arizona Diamondbacks Salt River Fields 1:10
Mar 13 Cleveland Indians Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 14 Chicago White Sox Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 15 Cincinnati Reds Goodyear 1:05
Mar 16 Chicago Cubs Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 17 Los Angeles Dodgers Glendale 6:05
Mar 18 LA Angels (ss) Surprise Stadium 1:05
Texas Rangers (ss) San Antonio 6:05
Mar 19 Texas Rangers (ss) San Antonio 1:05
Seattle Mariners (ss) Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 20 Chicago Cubs Mesa 1:05
Mar 21 Off Day    
Mar 22 Los Angeles Dodgers Surprise Stadium 6:05
Mar 23 Cleveland Indians Goodyear 1:05
Mar 24 Milwaukee Brewers Maryvale 1:-5
Mar 25 San Francisco Giants Scottsdale 6:05
Mar 26 Oakland A's Surprise Stadium 1:05
Mar 27 Oakland A's Mesa 1:05
Mar 28

San Diego Padres (ss)

Surprise Stadium 1:05
Seattle Mariners (ss) Peoria 1:05
Mar 29 San Francisco Giants Surprise Stadium 6:05
Mar 30 Texas Rangers Surprise Stadium 12:05
Mar 31 Off Day    
Apr 1 Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field 7:40
Apr 2 Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field 1:10

In person:
Surprise Stadium Box Office
15850 N. Bullard Ave.
Surprise, Arizona

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10,500-seat multi-purpose Recreation and Major League Spring Training Campus

There are14 regulation practice fields, 10,500-seat stadium, two clubhouses, training buildings, aquatic and recreation center
Surprise Stadium is located at 15850 N. Bullard Ave. in Surprise, Arizona. Kansas City based HOK Sports designed the 10,500-seat facility, which officially opened on Dec. 7, 2002. Field dimensions are 350 feet down the lines, 379 feet in the power alleys and 400 feet to center field.

Surprise Stadium is located 1 1/2 miles west of the intersection of Bell Road and Grand Avenue (U.S. Route 60). Bullard Avenue is located off of Bell Road, 1 1/2 miles west of Grand Avenue, or 2 1/2 miles east of Loop 303.