Last year the Kansas City Royals took the world by surprise with a world series victory and celebrated with one of the most impressive parades of all time.
The online community that followed the team for years, grew exponentially last season, and one of the biggest resides on Twitter. They get together to meet during tailgates before games locally and abroad, as well as watch parties all around the country.
The #RoyalsTwitterFamily has accomplished amazing things over the past few years. From #BooCano to #SungWooToKC to #BounceBackJimmy to the 2015 All Star voting, we have made our mark. As we prepare for another postseason Royals run, it is time for us to kick back and celebrate. To do this, we’re announcing the first ever #RoyalsTwitterFamily Kickball Classic. After the game we will be holding a charity raffle and watch party at Kelly’s Westport which will raise money for The Bishop Sullivan Center.. If you’d like to come out and participate or just hang out, read on for the details.
Second Annual #RoyalsTwitterFamily Kickball Classic
WHEN: Saturday, July 30th 2016
WHERE: Mac-N-Seitz - 13705 Holmes Rd, Kansas City, MO 64145
TEACHING LIFE SKILLS THE "MAC-N-SEITZ WAY"
Mac-N-Seitz was founded in 1996 by former major leaguers Mike Macfarlane and Kevin Seitzer. Their goal and dream was to provide Kansas City with a high caliber, professional baseball school using their 25+ years of major league experience.
The instructors at Mac-n-Seitz are experienced players who have undergone intense training with Mike and Kevin. They not only know baseball and softball, but really love to teach and train kids.
"We are very proud of the organization we have established here in Kansas City. We have been so blessed to have quality instructors who truly take pride in their jobs and want to help others."
There will be more information regarding shirts provided for the players in the game as well as detailed information of the auction items and a LOT more. Please save this page and follow us on twitter @rtfclassic to stay informed. Until then. Go Royals!