Our loyalty isn't measured in innings or games or even seasons.
It's measured in generations. It knows no time or geography.
From fathers and daughters playing hooky on opening day to family camping trips where all you can hear is the crackling of the campfire and the soothing tones of Denny Matthews over the radio - Royals fans are brought up to be Royals fans, the passion is passed down like some treasured family heirloom. That's what makes us different. That's what makes us last. Through baseball feast and baseball famine we remain steadfast.
Our players feel this support. They feed off of it. The organization seeks out a special kind of player that sees this value. These players have roots. And here, those roots run deep. Some are born with farm system bloodlines. Others are adopted sons. These roots are leveraged to embrace the Royal way of baseball. You are relentless. You are patient. And most importantly, the team comes first.
In short, when you're raised to be loyal, persistent and humble; it doesn't matter if you're on the field or in the stands, you've been: