Tag Archives: Ned Yost

Glazer: These Royals All About Heart

Are the Royals really a great elite baseball team? The answer is YES. Now that we have seen the team evolve over the last two seasons. Hey, the city’s going crazy over these guys for a second straight year. This … Continue reading

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Glazer: Ned Yost, Best Royals Manager Ever?

Ned Yost is now the Royals all-time winningest manger… With 411 wins Yost passed legendary Royals manager Whitey Herzog. Does that make Yost the Royals all time best manager? He took five seasons to pass Whitey and Dick Howser. Whitey won … Continue reading

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Hearne: Facing Up to the Bitter Realities of Royals Baseball

In the end, didn’t we all know better? Coming back after a Rip Van Winkle coma is no small thing, and even people like me who had moved on with their lives leaving Major League Baseball in the distant rearview mirror were charmed by … Continue reading

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Glazer: Delirious Scribe Hospitalized With Terminal Case of Royals Fever

How Royals like of them…. Last night’s Kansas City Royals win over San Francisco had it all; light-but-just-enough hitting, the best defense in baseball and stellar pitching. Manager Ned Yost proved – for the time being anyway – that he ain’t no dummy by … Continue reading

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Hearne: Star vs. Star & The Winner Is…

It’s really quite surreal watching playoff baseball and seeing dudes with the words “Kansas City” etched across their chests…. I can’t think of any sport – with the possible exception of curling or log rolling – I’ve watched less of … Continue reading

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Leftridge: Royals Resume Winning Ways, Despite Ned Yost’s Continual Efforts to Ruin Them

Imagine a carpenter. He’s working on a new home with a crew of other guys, but it’s not going so hot. He’s been on this job for months now—much longer than anyone ever anticipated—and mostly, he’s getting nothing done. Part … Continue reading

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