TV games, the WBC, and a big retirement

TV games, the WBC, and a big retirement

Fans eager and able to see the KC Royals in action should enjoy tonight.

Kansas City, atop the Cactus League at 10-2 half-way via the 2nd whole week of exhibition games, did not play Tuesday. But they’re going to be back again at it this night when they consider on the White Sox in a televised contest.

Recreation time is slated for 7:05 p.m. CT on Bally Sports Kansas Metropolis.

Brad Keller, striving to return to the rotation after ending very last season in the bullpen, will get the start versus the Sox, who are now managed by former Kansas Town bench mentor Pedro Grifol and boast 5 former Royals on their roster. Keller has six strikeouts in 4.2 innings he is surrendered three operates, but two of those people came all through a shaky inning in his first outing.

The Royals will be without the need of the expert services of Bobby Witt Jr. and Brady Singer, both of whom have still left camp to engage in for Staff United states in the Globe Baseball Vintage. That does not necessarily mean you are unable to see them tonight, though—the U.S. plays the San Francisco Giants in a televised exhibition video game on MLB Network starting off at 8 p.m. CT.