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  • Salvador Perez says he will be ready for opening day

    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.

Salvador Perez says he will be ready for opening day

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.
John Sleezer The Kansas City Star