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Fort Myers Royals

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Fort Myers Royals
Minor league affiliations
Previous classesClass A (1978-1987)
LeagueFlorida State League
Major league affiliations
Previous teamsKansas City Royals
Minor league titles
League titles 1 (1985)
Team data
Previous parks
Terry Park

The Fort Myers Royals were a minor league affiliate of the Kansas City Royals from 1978 to 1987. In 1978 the Royals were brought to Fort Myers, Florida by the Kansas City franchise. This was because Fort Myers served as the spring training home of the Kansas City Royals. The Royals were a Single A Florida State League franchise. The team played at Terry Park Ballfield from 1978 until 1987. In 1985 the Royals won the Florida State League Championship. Kevin Seitzer was a member of that Fort Myers Royals team. The Minor League franchise left Fort Myers in 1988 when the Major League Baseball franchise moved Spring Training to Haines City, Florida and Baseball City Stadium.

The Ballpark

The Fort Myers Royals played at Terry Park, located at 3410 Palm Beach Boulevard. Built in 1955, the historic ballpark was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. It sustained hurricane damage in 2004, that resulted in the grandstands being rebuilt.[1] The ballpark still exists today as part of the Terry Park Sports Complex.[2]

Notable alumni

Numerous Fort Myers Royals alumni reached the major leagues; some of note include:[3]


  1. ^ "Terry Park - Fort Myers, Florida".
  2. ^ "Facility".
  3. ^ "Fort Myers, Florida Encyclopedia".

This page was last edited on 14 March 2022, at 21:50
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