"He can be a Dyson-type of guy," Royals manager Ned Yost said Thursday. "He's a base stealer. He can cover gap to gap. He's a switch-hitter, a line-drive type hitter. He had a phenomenal year his rookie year and kind of fell back a little last year, but it's all in there. Defensively he can play all three outfield positions."
"The message that I gave my boys was the message that Yordano's mom gave us when we were there. It's about learning from this situation, loving your family, just living and leading," Yost said Tuesday, speaking to The Associated Press during Cactus League media day.
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