Royals

FSKC adds three Royals games; all 16 remaining games now to be televised

Updated: 2013-09-13T16:41:26Z

By BOB DUTTON

The Kansas City Star

— All remaining Royals games will be televised in the Kansas City area after the club reached an agreement Friday morning with Fox Sports Kansas City to add three games to its broadcast schedule.

FSKC is adding the season’s final home game, Sept. 22 vs. Texas, and the season’s final two games, Sept. 28-29 at Chicago, to its schedule.

“We can’t thank Jack Donovan and his staff from Fox Sports Kansas City enough for their effort in making sure our fans get the opportunity to watch the club play down the stretch,” said Kevin Uhlich, the Royals’ senior vice president of business operations.

“This is not an easy task adding games and securing television mobile units at this late date and all of us here thank our partners from Fox Sports for making this happen.”

FSKC will televise 13 of the final 16 games.

MLB Network will carry Saturday’s game at Detroit and the Sept. 21 home game against Texas. TBS is carrying Sunday’s series finale at Detroit.

Royals remaining TV schedule:

(all times Central)

Date Opponent Time TV
Friday, Sept. 13at Detroit6 p.m.FSKC
Saturday, Sept. 14at Detroit6 p.m.MLB Network
Sunday, Sept. 15at DetroitNoonTBS
Monday, Sept. 16Cleveland 7 p.m.FSKC
Tuesday, Sept. 17Cleveland 7 p.m.FSKC
Wednesday, Sept. 18Cleveland 7 p.m.FSKC
Friday, Sept. 20Texas 7 p.m.FSKC
Saturday, Sept. 21Texas 6 p.m.MLB Network
Sunday, Sept. 22Texas 1 p.m.FSKC
Monday, Sept. 23at Seattle9 p.m.FSKC
Tuesday, Sept. 24at Seattle9 p.m.FSKC
Wednesday, Sept. 25at Seattle9 p.m.FSKC
Thursday, Sept. 26at Chicago7 p.m.FSKC
Friday, Sept. 27at Chicago7 p.m.FSKC
Saturday, Sept. 28at Chicago6 p.m.FSKC
Sunday, Sept. 29at Chicago1 p.m.FSKC

To reach Bob Dutton, send email to bdutton@kcstar.com. Follow him at twitter.com/Royals_Report.

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