Royals manager Ned Yost explains the importance of team chemistry in a championship run.
It should have come as no surprise that Royals manager Ned Yost showed his faith in right-hander Chris Young, even through Young's two shaky starts. Yost believes in his players.
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The Royals skipper went from public enemy #1 and the butt of jokes. Now, he’s the greatest manager in Royals history. Shortly after the Royals defeated the Detroit Tigers on Thursday night, Ned Yost went up to Chris Young, Friday night’s starter, to give him a message. He told the struggling pitcher that he was going to get to the stadium early to get a good seat...
Manager Ned Yost knows what the Royals' record is, but he doesn't pay much attention, if at all, to the standings. That comes far later in the season.
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Ned Yost called the Kansas City Royals' World Series championship ceremony on Sunday "awkward" given that the Royals played the New York Mets -- the team Kansas City beat in the World Series -- Sunday night. But while Yost claimed Sunday's ceremony was awkward, the team still held a second pregame World Series victory ceremony in front of the Mets Tuesday.Kansas City used Sunday...
When you win the World Series, you need to get a little creative when it comes to getting your team motivated to do it again. At least that is what it appears Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost was thinking when he smashed through four concrete blocks in front of his team on Tuesday. Yost brought on motivational speaker Donnie Moore to help energize the defending champions, with...
Kansas City Royals skipper Ned Yost was left with a noticeable gash on his left forearm and bruises and scabs on his knuckles after he broke some concrete blocks with his bare hands as part of an appearance by a motivational speaker. Ned Yost broke bricks with his bare hands today. "Nothing to it. I can handle all the feats of strength." pic.twitter.com/aJKRdaRwKT — Sam Mellinger...
The brains behind the Kansas City Royals’ World Series winning team have been rewarded. Manager Ned Yost and general manager Dayton Moore were both given extensions by the team on Thursday, per a team statement. Yost’s previous deal would have expired after 2016, but his extension will keep him on board through 2018. Terms of Moore’s deal were not disclosed. Yost, interestingly...
Ned Yost either understands the significant role bees play in our ecosystem or simply is a lover of all of Earth’s creatures great and small, because the Kansas City Royals manager was greatly affected by the extermination of the insects that delayed the team’s spring training game on Sunday in Tempe, Ariz. While Yost understood...Read More The post Royals manager Ned Yost laments...
After completing a four-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles in the ALCS, the Kansas City Royals are heading back to the World Series for the first time since 1985. Combining awesome relief pitching, timely hitting, speed and great defense, the Royals swept their way through the American League Playoffs to a tune of an 8-0 record. This after Ned Yost’s club was down four runs in...
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