Aug 22, 2022; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Royals third baseman Bobby Witt Jr. (7) runs out of the dugout before a game against the Chicago White Sox at Kauffman Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Peter Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Royals and Bally Sports Kansas City announced Saturday that all 162 2023 regular season games will be televised locally or nationally.

Bally Sports Kansas City will air 158 regular season games. Four games will be broadcast nationally, including two on Apple TV+, on Friday, May 12, at Milwaukee and Friday, June 9, at Baltimore, and two on FOX, on Saturday, July 1, vs. the Dodgers and Saturday, Aug. 12, vs. the Cardinals. Additionally, three games are set to be televised on both Bally Sports Kansas City and FS1: Monday, June 5, at Miami, Saturday, June 17, vs. the Angels and Monday, Aug. 28, vs. Pittsburgh.

Bally Sports Kansas City’s regular season coverage begins on Thursday, March 30, when the Royals take on the Minnesota Twins at Kauffman Stadium for Opening Day. Coverage kicks off with an hour-long pregame beginning at 2 p.m. CT.

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All other games on Bally Sports Kansas City will be preceded by the 30-minute Price Chopper Royals Live pregame show and followed by the Rally House Royals Live postgame show. Pregame and postgame shows at Kauffman Stadium will originate from Bally Sports Kansas City’s set on the left field concourse adjacent to the Royals Hall of Fame.

Bally Sports Kansas City is available on cable, satellite and streaming TV providers throughout the region. In addition, there’s a new option to watch Royals baseball: Bally Sports+, the stand-alone streaming service launched last June. For more information or to sign up for Bally Sports+, fans can visit

Ryan Lefebvre will handle play-by-play for a majority of the regular season games in his 25th season of work. Jake Eisenberg joined the 2023 Royals broadcast team with the retirement of Steve Physioc in the offseason and will call play-by-play on Bally Sports Kansas City for select games when Lefebvre is on radio. Rex Hudler joins them for his 12th season as the analyst.

Royals Hall of Famer Jeff Montgomery teams up with Royals Live host Joel Goldberg to bring more Royals analysis throughout the season. Royals Hall of Famer Mike Sweeney and 2015 World Series Champion Jeremy Guthrie will join the Royals broadcast team this season, making appearances on select Bally Sports Kansas City pregame and postgame shows and also as guests in the booth.

All game times and the TV schedule are subject to change.