Kansas City Royals & Ned Yost

The Kansas City Royals are a Major League Baseball team based in Kansas City, Missouri. The Royals are a member of the Central Division of Major League Baseball's American League. Edgar Frederick Ned Yost III (born August 19, 1955, in Eureka, California) is a former Major League Baseball catcher and current manager of the Kansas City Royals. 5.0/5

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Wade Davis, Mike Jirschele and the Kansas City Royals just saved Ned Yost's *** What a time to be alive.
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"We're looking forward to getting back to our home crowd, where it is going to be absolutely wild and crazy," Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost said.
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San Francisco (AP) -- Madison Bumgarner smothered the Kansas City Royals for the second time in a week, pitching a four-hitter that led the San Francisco Giants to a 5-0 victory Sunday night and a 3-2 World Series lead. Bumgarner struck out eight and walked none in improving to 4-0 in four World Series starts. He has allowed one run in 31 Series innings, an astonishing 0.29 ERA. Brandon Crawford drove in three runs and Juan Perez hit a two-run double for the Giants, seeking to become only the second NL team to win three titles in a five-year span. James Shields lost to Bumgarner for the second time, allowing eight hits and two runs in six innings. In the 41 previous instances the World Series was 2-2 in the best-of-seven format, the Game 5 winner has taken the title 27 times. After a day off, the Series resumes Tuesday night at Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium. In a rematch of Game 2 starters, Jordano Ventura pitches for the Royals and Jake Peavy for the Giants. Kansas City Manager Ned Yost moved up Perez t ...
NED, PLEASE DON'T START James Shields! The Kansas City Royals lost a tough one last night, blowing a 3-run lead and allowing the San Francisco Giants to score 10 unanswered runs. With the World Series now tied at two, the Giants will start staff ace Madison Bumgarner tonight. The Royals are expected to counter with 'Big Game' James Shields. Rather than send Shields and his 7.11 ERA to the mound, Royals Manager Ned Yost should consider starting All-Star closer Greg Holland and have him pitch 2 or 3 innings, then come with Kelvin Herrera for 2 innings then have Wade Davis pitch 2 innings. That would theoretically give the Royals six or seven scoreless innings to negate Bumgarner. Besides, the big three can get rested during tomorrow's off day. By starting Shields, the Royals figure to be down 2 or 3 runs by the second inning. Should that happen, KC has no chance tonight. Ned, go with your dominant relievers early and use Shields in late relief if need be.
Okay Royals fans: your prediction for Yordano Ventura's outing tonight? Post it below. LIVE GAME UPDATES: Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost says Jason Vargas would be the "long man" tonight: Yost answered the question, but obviously said he doesn't want that to happen.
Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost became the first to use a replay challenge in the World Series, to no avail. Says Yost, "It was worth a shot.''
Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost didn't make it easy on his bullpen in Game 3 of the World Series. Were it a lesser bullpen, it might have snapped. It's a good thing, then, that the Royals bullpen is anything but "lesser." On Friday night at AT&T Park, the Royals downed the San Francisco Giants
Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost isheading to the World Series. On Thursday, Yost - an avid NASCAR fan and good friend of the late Dale Earnhardt - made an appearance on SiriusXM's NASCAR Radio.
Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost talking about his team after clinching American League Championship!
Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost is one fortunate man tonight...and his gritty team bailed him out.
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The hottest teams in baseball are from Missouri ... Kansas City Royals beat Detroit Tigers 11-8 to pull within half-game DETROIT (AP) — Omar Infante showed the Detroit Tigers what they're missing. Infante hit a three-run homer in the sixth inning and had an RBI single in a four-run fifth against former teammate Justin Verlander, helping the Kansas City Royals beat the Tigers 11-8 Monday night. Infante became expendable in Detroit last November when the franchise traded first baseman Prince Fielder to Texas for second baseman Ian Kinsler. The next month, Infante signed a $30.25 million, four-year contract with the Royals, and their manager is glad he did. "I didn't really think much about Omar last year with the lineup that they had," Royals skipper Ned Yost acknowledged. "I would try to pitch around this guy and pitch around this guy to get to Omar, and Omar constantly just beat our brains in offensively. At about the midway point, I started realizing how really good he was." With 90-plus games left thi ...
Here is the video of Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost discussing Yordano Ventura leaving his start early with lateral elbow discomfort with 610 Sports - KCSP Royals insider Josh Vernier.
Royals scores 3 runs in 13th to beat Angels 7-4 ... Danny Valencia was not about to let a sore left hand keep him from finishing his at-bat in the 13th inning. He gutted it out and came up with a key hit to help the Kansas City Royals outlast the Los Angeles Angels. Valencia ignited a three-run rally with a leadoff double, before Jarrod Dyson replaced him on the bases and scored the go-ahead run on a throwing error by rookie reliever Mike Morin. The Royals went on to beat the Angels 7-4 Saturday night. "We're trying to win games and lay it all out there. Anybody else would have done the same thing," Valencia said. "Fortunately I got a hit there, because it would have looked even worse if I didn't." Valencia felt discomfort on two earlier swings and was checked out by Manager Ned Yost and a trainer. After convincing them he was all right, he lined Morin's 3-2 pitch off the fence in left-center and slid headfirst into second. "There was a 3-1 pitch I fouled off and my hand slipped off the bat a little weird ...
Spring Training baseball: Salvador Perez, Mike Moustakas, Yordano Ventura shine in Royals win over A's PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — Yordano Ventura struck out six in 4 1/3 innings and Salvador Perez hit a two-run home run, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 3-1 win over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday. "I like his composure. I like the way that game doesn't speed up on him for a young player," Royals Manager Ned Yost said of the 22-year-old Ventura. "He always seems to be in control of his emotions on the mound." Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas continued his torrid spring, going 3 for 3 with a solo homer, double and single to raise his Batting Average to .500 in 11 games. Moustakas has four home runs and 13 RBIs. Moustakas got two of his hits with two strikes. "His whole focus this spring has primarily been with two strikes," Yost said. "In the cage and the drills that they do, it's on two-strike approach." Ventura allowed a run on two hits, leaving after giving up a single to Oakland's Derek Norris. " ...
Kansas City Royals rally to beat St. Louis Cardinals 4-2, end 8-game skid Teams endure 2 hour, 27-minute rain delay ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Kansas City Royals waited a long time between wins. They had no problem waiting to put this one in the books. Jeff Francoeur and Eric Hosmer combined for three RBIs in the ninth inning against the St. Louis Cardinals' bullpen and the Royals spoiled Michael Wacha's almost spotless debut, snapping an eight-game losing streak with a rain-delayed 4-2 victory on Thursday night. "We talk about this streak, we've been in every game, we've been one hit away, and tonight we got the hit," Royals Manager Ned Yost said. "Those are games that can get you turned around. Hopefully, that will be the case." Hall of Famer George Brett's debut as interim batting coach was a success and the Royals avoided a four-game sweep despite totaling only four hits in a marathon delayed an hour before the first pitch and another 4 hours, 32 minutes not long after the Royals took the lead with the ba ...
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Royals announce tentative schedule for top starters (Kansas City Royals) (Source: Kansas City Royals) SURPRISE, Ariz. -- The Royals will be rolling out their starting pitchers next week. The tentative schedule has Wade Davis pitching Tuesday against Cleveland; Luke Hochevar and Bruce Chen on Wednesday against Milwaukee; James Shields on Thursday against San Diego; Ervin Santana on Friday against Cincinnati; and Jeremy Guthrie on Saturday against San Francisco. Because of a longer Spring Training schedule that accommodates the World Baseball Classic, Manager Ned Yost decided to hold back his top starters until the fifth Cactus League game. He is doing the same thing with most of his front-line relievers, although Kelvin Herrera and Tim Collins are to pitch in the... ~SportsMan
Royals finish another year with losing record Kansas City, Mo. (AP) — The season began with the Kansas City Royals toting along the slogan, “Our Time,” a reference to the young and enthusiastic players who have slowly matriculated through their farm system. There were expectations of the first winning season in eight years and, if everything fell right, the first playoff appearance since 1985, the longest drought in the major leagues. Then reality hit: Injuries piled up before the season began, a 12-game losing streak forced them to dig out of a hole, and things never got on track for some of those key young players. The result was a 72-90 season, a record not all dissimilar to years past. “I saw a lot of good things this year,” Manager Ned Yost said Thursday. “Did we finish where we wanted to finish? No. But for the first time in a long time, we finished in third place.” That’s certainly a silver lining for another frustrating season. Kansas City lost All-Star closer Joakim Soria to Tommy ...
After trade, depleted Red Sox lose to Royals 10-9 BOSTON (AP) — Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost said he felt his team always had a chance, even after falling behind by six runs after four innings. He must have taken a look at the Red Sox bullpen. Tony Abreu singled home the go-ahead run in the 12th inning, and the Royals completed their comeback from a six-run deficit by beating Boston 10-9 on Saturday night. "When you battle back from being down six runs, that's a good win," Yost said. "I don't know how you sum it up, but I never felt like we were ever out of that game. A bloop here and a bloop there, a ball in the gap. That was a pretty darn good two-out rally there and again in the 12th." Just a few hours after Boston traded scheduled starter Josh Beckett to the Dodgers along with Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford and Nick Punto, the Royals scored three runs before substitute starter Aaron Cook got a single out. The Red Sox took a 9-3 lead after four innings thanks to four hits from Gonzalez's repla ...
The Flint Hills around Manhattan are decked out in sun-scorched prairie grass and optimism. The Kansas City Royals put some shakeup excitement into a dead season, and the Kansas City Chiefs are quietly having a solid preseason even if a local reporter loudly voiced his displeasure with an interview ...
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Congrats to new Kansas City Royals closer Greg Holland. "Ned Yost says Greg Holland will get opportunity to close. Called Holland obvious choice right now". Don't give up that spot big guy!
Villanueva leads Blue Jays past Royals TORONTO (AP) — When Luis Mendoza couldn’t keep his sinker down, the Toronto Blue Jays took advantage. Carlos Villanueva pitched six shutout innings, Yunel Escobar drove in two runs and the Blue Jays beat the Kansas City Royals 4-1 Wednesday night. Three of Toronto’s four runs came on sacrifice flies, leaving Royals Manager Ned Yost frustrated that Mendoza was unable to get ground balls. “The only thing was he couldn’t get the ball down in crucial situations,” Yost said. “All three runs came on sac flies on pitches that were up.” Every Blue Jays starter had at least one hit as Toronto won for the fourth time in six games. The Blue Jays are 6-1 against Kansas City this season and have won nine of the past 12 meetings dating to 2011. Jeff Francoeur’s RBI triple in the seventh provided the only run of the game for the Royals, who have lost five of six. “You give (Villanueva) credit for doing what he did but our offense just didn’t do it today,” Ka ...
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HUMOR - The Kansas City Royals announced today that the entire pitching staff will undergo Tommy John surgery. "Yes, each and every pitcher, including all minor league pitchers, will be required to undergo the knife.." said Royals General Manager Dayton Moore. A surprised Kyle Zimmer, the just signed first round draft pick, expressed dismay at the required surgery. "Geez, I didn't know they could do that". "You bet we can" expressed Royals owner David Glass reached for comment in his Bentonville, Arkansas home. "We believe it's better just to get the whole *** thing behind us once and forever. Other baseball organizations expressed surprise at what may be a new trend among baseball clubs everywhere, the mandatory, let's get it out of the way, Tommy John reconstructive elbow/shoulder surgery. "We're even considering it for all of our position players" said Ned Yost, manager for the Kansas City organization. Royals now minor league second baseman, Johnny Giavotella, reached for comment on a Greyhoun ...
Could Ned Yost of the Kansas City Royals possibly be the worst manager in baseball? Last night takes out the starter who is cruising through 6 or 7 innings. Brings in reliever who immediately gives up two runs. Second instance, Royals come back today, previous reliever has pitched two or three scoreless innings only giving up one hit. Bring in new reliever who screws everything up. Kinda like taking someone out who has hit 4 or 5 three pointers in a row in basketball.
Hope the Kansas City Royals and Ned Yost end up with a good, solid losing season this year.
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My best advice to Ned Yost and the Kansas City Royals: Hey, bartenders, Jobu needs a refill.
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