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Burlington Royals
Founded in 1986
Burlington, North Carolina
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Team Logo
Cap Insignia
  • Rookie
Minor league affiliations
Major league affiliations
  • Burlington Royals (2000-Present)
  • Burlington Athletics (1990-1999)
    Burlington Blues (1980-1989)
  • Wasson Park (2005-Present)
    Peace Park Stadium (2000-2004)
Minor league titles
League titles 2005,
Division titles 2000,
Owner(s)/Operated by: Miles Wolff
Manager: Nelson Liriano
General Manager: Steve Brice

The Burlington Royals are a minor league baseball team in Burlington, North Carolina, USA. They are a Rookie-level team in the Appalachian League and have been a farm team of the Kansas City Royals since September 1, 2006. For the previous 21 years, the team had been affiliated with the Cleveland Indians as the Burlington Indians.[1] The Royals play home games at Burlington Athletic Stadium. Opened in 1960, Burlington Athletic Stadium seats 3,500 fans.[2]



Burlington Royals roster
Players Coaches/Other
  • 40 Roque Colon
  • 47 Williams Farinas
  • 28 John Flanagan
  • 66 Pernell Halliman
  • 63 Jaeson Hudnall
  •  9 Max Wasson
  • 31 Miguel Moctezuma
  • 36 Josh Vittek


  • 29 Diego Cruz
  •  8 Fernando Cruz
  • 13 Gerard Hall†
  • 37 Yeldrys Molina
  • 41 Jason Morales


  •  4 Allen Caldwell
  • 57 Warren McFadden


  • 25 Omar Ramirez (hitting)
  • 12 Bobby St. Pierre (pitching)

† Disabled list
* On Kansas City Royals 40-man roster
∞ Reserve list
§ Suspended list
‡ Restricted list
# Rehab assignment
Roster updated 2009-06-18

Burlington Indians (Carolina League)

In addition to the Appalachian League version of the Burlington Indians, from 1958-64 a team representing Burlington, N.C., of the same name competed in the Carolina League (Class B through 1962; thereafter Class A) as a Cleveland farm club. During its seven years of existence, the Carolina League Indians won one league championship. Its players included future major leaguers Luis Tiant and Duke Sims.

Burlington Indians (Central Association)

A third team called the Burlington Indians was based in Burlington, Iowa, and played in the Class C Central Association in the late 1940s.


  1. ^ Hill, Benjamin. Burlington makes Royal move, September 1, 2006.
  2. ^ There are differing figures on the capacity. Ball Parks of the Minor Leagues lists it at 3,000 while Ballpark Digest lists it at 3,500; the team's website does not make a distinction. A boxscore from Opening Night of the 2006 campaign shows a paid attendance of 3,622, so it seems more reasonable to side with the 3,500 capacity.

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