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August 16, 2014 4:49 PM

Closer Greg Holland admits he’s fatigued but will still answer Royals’ ninth-inning call

The aftershocks from Greg Holland’s momentary lapses in Friday’s ninth inning against the Minnesota Twins were still apparent the next afternoon. Manager Ned Yost blamed himself for overusing his closer. Holland insisted he would continue to answer the call, even as he dealt with fatigue.

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