Careful with this news . . .
The low attendance of the Kansas City Royals might provide skepticism for the promises of a new downtown stadium OR it could boost efforts to garner public subsidy in order to help support the fortunes of the team.
Either way . . . Check this confirmation that fewer people believe this team is worth watching . . .
Only 28,549 witnessed what turned out to be one of the more exciting starts to a season in recent memory.
Royals fans will have to go all the way back to the start of the 1995 season to find an Opening Day that had a turnout below 30,000 fans. On April 26, 1995, the Royals played the Baltimore Orioles in front of only 24,170 fans.
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The Kansas City Royals 2022 season is off and running with plenty to celebrate early. Thursday's Opening Day didn't disappoint and is an early sign of what fans have to look forward to this year. The only problem was only 28,549 witnessed what turned out to be one of the more exciting starts to a season in recent memory.