1990 Kansas City Royals Roster

The 1990 Kansas City Royals team roster seen on this page includes every player who appeared in a game during the 1990 season. It is a comprehensive team roster and player names are sorted by the fielding position where the most number of games were played during the regular season. Every player's name links to their career statistics.

Below the main roster you will find in the Fast Facts section: a 1990 Kansas City Royals Opening Day starters list, a 1990 Kansas City Royals salary list, a 1990 Kansas City Royals uniform number breakdown and a 1990 Kansas City Royals primary starters list. These team rosters are presented only when and where the data is available.

"One of the most memorable things about George was the batting title in 1990. We were putting the pencil to the numbers to figure when was best to play George and sure enough, we were able to get it done. He was not only a friend, but he was one of the best players in the game. With the three batting titles, the championships and post-season play - whenever you needed anything done, everyone had confidence that he'd get it done. In fact, the first game I was managing, he hit a homer in the bottom of the 10th to win it." - John Wathan
1990 Kansas City Royals


1990 Kansas City Royals Official Logo

Complete Roster

6-02
195
Right
Right
1967-12-06
6-01
195
Right
Right
1964-05-19
6-07
225
Right
Right
1960-10-06
5-11
175
Left
Left
1966-05-19
6-01
160
Right
Right
1958-03-26
6-05
225
Right
Right
1958-04-29
6-04
205
Left
Left
1960-10-19
6-04
207
Right
Right
1961-12-26
6-00
204
Right
Right
1959-01-10
5-10
178
Right
Right
1963-10-20
5-11
200
Right
Right
1956-12-12
6-02
195
Left
Both
1958-09-28
5-09
180
Right
Right
1967-11-18
6-05
220
Right
Right
1962-08-14
6-02
210
Right
Right
1966-10-18
6-03
195
Right
Right
1956-10-25
6-05
180
Left
Left
1954-02-10
5-11
180
Right
Right
1962-01-07
6-01
195
Right
Right
1964-04-11
5-09
170
Left
Left
1963-08-20
6-04
185
Right
Right
1960-07-29
6-00
190
Right
Right
1963-12-28
6-03
185
Right
Right
1968-11-26
6-02
202
Right
Right
1947-11-19
6-01
205
Right
Right
1964-04-12
6-01
190
Right
Left
1968-04-19
5-10
190
Right
Right
1962-11-08
5-11
210
Right
Right
1966-03-22
6-00
200
Right
Left
1953-05-15
6-01
225
Right
Right
1966-06-27
5-11
180
Right
Both
1959-05-28
6-02
190
Right
Right
1960-02-16
5-11
190
Right
Right
1962-03-26
5-11
185
Right
Right
1966-08-16
5-11
175
Right
Both
1965-06-04
5-11
170
Right
Right
1950-09-04
5-11
195
Left
Left
1959-04-18
6-01
225
Right
Right
1962-11-30
6-00
185
Right
Both
1967-08-27
6-04
220
Right
Right
1962-04-28
6-01
190
Right
Left
1961-06-02
6-02
200
Right
Right
1958-02-02
6-01
205
Right
Right
1962-10-30
5-10
175
Right
Right
1964-11-12
6-03
195
Right
Both
1955-07-09
6-00
190
Right
Left
1960-10-30


The 1990 Kansas City Royals played 161 games during the regular season, won 75 games, lost 86 games, and finished in sixth position. They played their home games at Royals Stadium (Park Factors: 98/98) where 2,244,956 fans witnessed their 1990 Royals finish the season with a .466 winning percentage.

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a unique set of rosters not easily found on the Internet. Included, where data is available, is a 1990 Kansas City Royals Opening Day starters list, a 1990 Kansas City Royals salary list, a 1990 Kansas City Royals uniform number breakdown and a 1990 Kansas City Royals primary starters list:


1990 Kansas City Royals
Salaries

George Brett $2,255,000.00
Mark Davis $2,125,000.00
Mark Gubicza $2,066,667.00
Bob Boone $1,900,000.00
Danny Tartabull $1,650,000.00
Bret Saberhagen $1,400,000.00
Storm Davis $1,166,667.00
Frank White $1,150,000.00
Kevin Seitzer $1,001,250.00
Bo Jackson $1,000,000.00
Willie Wilson $800,000.00
Kurt Stillwell $795,000.00
Steve Farr $775,000.00
Pat Tabler $725,000.00
Gerald Perry $662,500.00
Richard Dotson $550,000.00
Jim Eisenreich $475,000.00
Steve Crawford $375,000.00
Larry McWilliams $300,000.00
Tom Gordon $185,000.00
Bill Pecota $115,000.00
Luis Aquino $108,000.00
Mike Macfarlane $105,000.00
Kevin Appier $100,000.00
Sean Berry $100,000.00
Jim Campbell $100,000.00
Jeff Conine $100,000.00
Luis Encarnacion $100,000.00
Carlos Maldonado $100,000.00
Brent Mayne $100,000.00
Brian McRae $100,000.00
Rey Palacios $100,000.00
Israel Sanchez $100,000.00
Jeff Schulz $100,000.00
Terry Shumpert $100,000.00
Daryl Smith $100,000.00
Mel Stottlemyre $100,000.00
Gary Thurman $100,000.00
Hector Wagner $100,000.00


1990 Kansas City Royals
Uniform Numbers

Did you know that a 1990 Kansas City Royals Schedule is available and it includes dates of every game played, scores of every game played, a cumulative record, and many hard to find splits (Monthly Splits, Team vs Team Splits & Score Related Splits)?

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