Well personally, I want a big hot dog and a soft pretzel when I am at a baseball game, but that’s neither here nor there.
We love baseball in our house, which I am sure you noticed with our pregnancy announcement.
Opening day was today, and we are so pumped to have our beloved Royals back!
Unfortunately, being a Royals fan comes with a lot of pain. We lost our first game today to the Tigers.
But never fear, the season is long! And I am sure we will bounce back!
We are not fair weather fans in this house!
I grew up in KC, and my mom’s house was down the street from the stadium. Many weekends we spent in the parking lot riding our bikes and watching fireworks on Fridays.
My brother and I collected baseball cards like it was our job there for a time.
We ate ice cream and applesauce out of our beloved small plastic baseball caps.
You just love the men in blue when you grow up in KC. And luckily I married a man who also loves my Royals, despite where he grew up being mostly Cardinals fans. He knows where the true sportsmanship is!
Our wedding was also unintentionally in Royals colors. Tom’s favorite color is blue and mine is yellow. That is how we picked out our wedding colors, and we soon then realized that we had matched our Royals.
I have had so much fun over the years watching games. The Royals fans and the stadium atmosphere are top notch.
We stand behind our team no matter what.
The games are fairly cheap, and they do a great job entertaining between innings and pitches. It really is a fun time. Plus they have lots of give aways, so generally you are guaranteed some swag when you go. I can’t wait to live closer to take advantage of T-shirt Tuesdays!
Tom and I were both born in 1985 when the Royals won the World Series. We were born to be Royals fans. So we are hoping that little birthing luck will be passed down to our Little Guy, and this will be a good year for our boys in blue.
If you were not aware, Lorde’s song “Royals” was inspired by the MLB Royals player George Brett. She saw a picture of him in a Royals t-shirt, and the rest of her fame is history. So it is only appropriate that someone in KC made a parody.
Do you watch baseball? Who is your team? Have you ever experienced a baseball game at the K?