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2003 Kansas City Royals 2003 Kansas City Royals
2002/2004
Record 83-79 .512
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Standings 3rd in the AL Central (7 games back)
Pythagorean 78-84, 78-84, 78-84
Runs (S/A) 836 / 867
BallparkRoyals Stadium
Park FactorsBatting: 113 / Pitching: 112
Attendance1,779,895 (11th) (23th)
Fancost$112 (28th) / $9,074
Payroll/Avg$40,518,000 / $1,558,365 (29th)
OpExp/$PV$91,400,000 / $1,101,205
Rev/OpInc$98,000,000 / $6,600,000
Valuation$171,000,000
Spring TrainingSurprise, Arizona (Surprise Stadium)
ManagerTony Pena
CoachesJohn Cumberlandr, Tom Gamboa, John Mizerock, Jeff Pentland, Bob Schaefer, Luis Silverio
ExecutivesOwner: David Glass, General Manager: Allard Baird
Minor Leagues(AAA) Omaha Royals, (AA) Wichita Wranglers, (A) Burlington Bees, (A) Wilmington Blue Rocks
Radio (KMBZ) Denny Matthews, Fred White, Ryan Lefebvre
TV (KMCI) Bob Davis, Paul Splittorff
Cable TV (Royals Television) Bob Davis, Paul Splittorff

The 2003 Kansas City Royals went 83-79 and finished 3rd in the American League Central. The Royals drew 1,779,895 to Royals Stadium. Mike MacDougal, Mike Sweeney and Rondell White made the All-Star team. Angel Berroa won the American League Rookie of the Year award.

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