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    Kansas City Royals Salvador Perez is on pace to start fewer games behind the plate this year, and manager Ned Yost says the benefit will be seen in September.

Kansas City Royals Salvador Perez is on pace to start fewer games behind the plate this year, and manager Ned Yost says the benefit will be seen in September. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Royals Salvador Perez is on pace to start fewer games behind the plate this year, and manager Ned Yost says the benefit will be seen in September. John Sleezer The Kansas City Star

Royals’ Salvador Perez getting more rest in effort to avoid second-half fade at plate

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