“I was really proud of what we accomplished,” Royals manager Ned Yost says of last season’s improbable run to an American League championship and a berth in the World Series, which they lost in seven games to the San Francisco Giants. “But I was nowhere near satisfied with what we accomplished. And when I got here, I found out every player in that room shared the same sentiment.”
“I was really proud of what we accomplished,” Royals manager Ned Yost says of last season’s improbable run to an American League championship and a berth in the World Series, which they lost in seven games to the San Francisco Giants. “But I was nowhere near satisfied with what we accomplished. And when I got here, I found out every player in that room shared the same sentiment.” SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
“I was really proud of what we accomplished,” Royals manager Ned Yost says of last season’s improbable run to an American League championship and a berth in the World Series, which they lost in seven games to the San Francisco Giants. “But I was nowhere near satisfied with what we accomplished. And when I got here, I found out every player in that room shared the same sentiment.” SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

Manager Ned Yost appreciates Royals’ focus as season approaches

March 23, 2015 02:00 AM