Breaking down the Royals 2015 schedule: September

September 2015 on paper looks to be the make-or-break month for the KC Royals.

This year, the MLB regular season carries over into October, where the Royals end the season finishing up a road series in Chicago and then with three games in Minnesota.

So every month but April for the Royals ends on the road.

AL Central logoTwenty-five of the Royals final 31 games are against their American League Central foes. Honestly, that is how a season should end for every team: playing your division.

September starts out for the Royals with a nine-game homestand, beginning with Detroit (September 1-3). They then welcome the Chicago White Sox to town for Labor Day weekend (September 4-6), before Minnesota celebrates Labor Day at Kauffman Stadium (September 7-9).

After a much needed off day, the Royals head out on the road for their first and only trip to Baltimore: September 11-13, where the teams will honor those victims of the 9/11 attacks.

From Baltimore, the Royals head to Cleveland (September 14-17) and then Detroit (September 18-20) to finish out the ten game road trip.

After enjoying their Monday off, the Royals welcome Seattle to the K for three games, before ending their home slate of games against the Indians (September 25-27).

Before heading out on the road to finish the regular season, the Royals do have an off day (September 28th).

There are zero Interleague Play games for the Royals over the final month of the season. However, this is how their Interleague schedule broke down (20 games against the National League Central):

  • 4 vs Cincinnati (2/2)
  • 6 vs St. Louis (3/3)
  • 4 vs Milwaukee (2/2)
  • 3 vs Cubs
  • 3 vs Pittsburgh


Click HERE to look at the calendar view of the month of September.


About Jen Nevius

I first became a KC Royals fan way back in 1995 when I attended my first Wilmington Blue Rocks game. I fell in love with minor league baseball then and began following the Royals as former Blue Rocks clawed their way to the big leagues. 3+ years ago I started covering the Royals for Aerys Sports, but since the site has been shut down, I am going out on my own.
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