KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- With outfielder Jeff Francoeur no longer a Royal, the subject of what to do with the Frenchy Quarter section of Kauffman Stadium has come up often in the past two weeks.
The Royals say they have the solution: Let the fans rename it, then promote it like the Frenchy Quarter had been since 2012.
The Royals are giving fans three options:
GordoNation (named for Alex Gordon and to be located above the left-field bullpen)
Friends in Lough Places (named for David Lough and to be located in the right-field seats)
Country Breakfast Club (named for Billy Butler, whose nickname is Country Breakfast, and to be located in the left-center field seats).
The Frenchy Quarter section had been located above the visitors bullpen in right field. The Frenchy Quarter promotion was held on every Thursday home game and featured a Frenchy Quarter T-shirt, Mardi Gras beads and a ticket for 21 (Francoeurs number). The section was among the most festive at the stadium, and Francoeur...