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The idea seems preposterous these days. A player builds a Hall of Fame career and never leaves his original, small-market team. In other words, a George Brett career. When Brett stepped down as the Royals interim hitting coach last week, he addressed the notion of longevity and loyalty to a franchise with a question. Where was I going to go?
When George Brett incurred some nuisance back problems in the late stages of his career with the Royals, he sought relief from a chiropractor in Overland Park. It turned out to be the man whose job Brett took in 1973. Paul Schaal laughs as he remembers what he said back then: You took my job from me at third base, remember that? Heres what Im going to do to get even.
The Royals scratched Alcides Escobar from Tuesdays game against the Dodgers because of what a team spokesman called minor soreness in his right shoulder.
Salvador Perez received a day off to rest his bruised left palm, but Royals manager Ned Yost expected Perez to return to the lineup on Wednesday afternoon.