Kauffman Stadium, or "The K" as it's more commonly referred to by fans, has a unique scoreboard and outfield concourse. The scoreboard is thin and shaped somewhat like a crown with three gold inverted arches. In left field, there's a Royals Hall of Fame that contains a substantial amount of historical memorabilia, including an awesome homage to George Brett: the number five (his number) made out of 3,154 baseballs (one for each of his hits). In center field, there's a five-hole mini-golf course and merry-go-round for kids.
The fountains surrounding the outfield walls are both a defining part of the stadium and the city. Kansas City has more fountains than any other city in the world other than Rome.
The Royals, who played the Yankees, are an exciting team to watch with a great young group of players who seem more focused on team baseball than individual accolades. The more youthful and athletic team eked out a victory by the slimmest of margins with James Shields delivering a masterful performance.
Final Score: Royals 2, Yankees 1.