The Cleveland Indians will wrap up their seven-game homestand by hosting the Kansas City Royals for four games this week.
After winning their third straight series, the Cleveland Indians will look to build their momentum when they host the last-place Kansas City Royals for a four-game series starting Monday evening.
The Indians are 4-2 against the Royals so far this season as the four-game set will conclude the two teams’ matchups for the rest of the season.
Cleveland enters the series 25-15 on the season with 20 games to play. They trail the Chicago White Sox by just a half-game in the AL Central standings and would hold the No. 4 seed in the AL postseason if the season ended today.
The Royals meanwhile, have struggled as expected this season as the team continues to rebuild. Kansas City is just 14-27 on the season, which is the fourth-worst record in all of baseball.
Despite this, the Royals have given some contenders fits this season as they swept the Minnesota Twins back in August and will look to continue playing spoiler in Cleveland.
Here’s a closer look at the four upcoming matchups between the Indians and Royals and who will be on the mound for both clubs.