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Topic - Ned Yost
In a season of solid outings by Mark Buehrle, this stood out as one of his best.
The Kansas City Royals are making a bad habit of getting blanked whenever Jeremy Guthrie is on the mound.
Ned Yost was hoping for something special in Aaron Brooks' first major league start.
On the day they changed their batting coach, every hitter in the Kansas City Royals' lineup banged out at least one hit.
Ned Yost was angry, that much was clear.
Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura will miss his next start after an MRI exam taken Tuesday on his sore right elbow showed no ligament damage, while top prospect Kyle Zimmer has been shut down after straining a muscle in his back.
The sight of rookie right-hander Yordano Ventura being led off the field by a trainer was more disturbing to the Royals than their fifth defeat in seven games.
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.
Jason Vargas had quite a homecoming at Angel Stadium on Sunday, taking a two-hit shutout into the seventh inning.
Nori Aoki's three hits were one more than the rest of his Kansas City Royals teammates generated against C.J. Wilson and the Los Angeles Angels' bullpen.
The Kansas City Royals had just been shut out by Chris Tillman of the Baltimore Orioles, one night after scoring a single run in a similarly frustrating loss, and manager Ned Yost was trying to remain optimistic.
Jason Vargas used his "accelerator" to control the strike zone and it meant his first road victory of the season. It came at a place where he felt like home.
Danny Duffy threw six-plus strong innings and left just one pitch up. It proved to be one too many.
Danny Duffy did exactly what the Kansas City Royals wanted him to do.
The Royals expect to place left-hander Bruce Chen on the disabled list with a swollen disc in his back that has already caused the club to juggle its starting rotation.
"He was dynamite," Yost said of Buehrle. "He's traditionally tough on us but he's 10-1 now, he's tough on everybody."
"That is a very, very dangerous lineup over there and (Guthrie) did a great job of maneuvering through it and keeping us right in the game," Yost said. "He matched up against the wrong guy."