Upon his arrival in a major-league clubhouse for the first time on Monday, Christian Colon, the new utility infielder for the Royals, received a simple directive from manager Ned Yost. “Help us win some games,” Yost told Colon, the No. 4 pick in the 2010, a player still searching for a big-league niche.
Upon his arrival in a major-league clubhouse for the first time on Monday, Christian Colon, the new utility infielder for the Royals, received a simple directive from manager Ned Yost. “Help us win some games,” Yost told Colon, the No. 4 pick in the 2010, a player still searching for a big-league niche. Tony Gutierrez The Associated Press
Upon his arrival in a major-league clubhouse for the first time on Monday, Christian Colon, the new utility infielder for the Royals, received a simple directive from manager Ned Yost. “Help us win some games,” Yost told Colon, the No. 4 pick in the 2010, a player still searching for a big-league niche. Tony Gutierrez The Associated Press

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