Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost answers questions on learning to be a clutch player in baseball. He disputes the notion of a "clutch gene" and says experience makes players handle big situations better.
Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez says a second MRI shows no structural damage to his knee and he should be ready for opening day. Later Ned Yost said Perez hyperextended his elbow when he was hurt in a home-plate collision at the World Baseball Classic. But Yost said Perez would only miss a week.
In the fourth installment of the six-part video series "Crown Chasers," Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost faces new challenges in 2017. Will they hit for more power? Will the bullpen still be as dominant? The answers Yost finds will define the upcoming season and perhaps his decision on retirement.