Judging the Royals

August 20, 2014 12:18 AM

The Royals grab a lead in the seventh inning … barely

With two out in the seventh inning, Kansas City manager Ned Yost decided that starting pitcher James Shields’ night was over and sent pinch-hitter Josh Willingham to the plate. Willingham dribbled a grounder through the middle, and the Royals rally was on.

Judging the Royals

Lee Judge shares insights from KC's major-leaguers.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Rusty Kuntz on his 'game-winning RBI' in Game 5 of the 1984 World Series 03:17

Rusty Kuntz on his 'game-winning RBI' in Game 5 of the 1984 World Series

Mike Jirschele talks about an unlikely encounter after the 2014 World Series 01:24

Mike Jirschele talks about an unlikely encounter after the 2014 World Series

Watch the Royals' Eric Hosmer get his signature 'Hos' haircut 02:22

Watch the Royals' Eric Hosmer get his signature 'Hos' haircut

Royals coach Rusty Kuntz talks about appearing on baseball cards as a player 01:36

Royals coach Rusty Kuntz talks about appearing on baseball cards as a player

Rusty Kuntz on his evolution as a baseball coach 03:41

Rusty Kuntz on his evolution as a baseball coach

Rusty Kuntz on how retrieving a beach ball led to a great catch 01:43

Rusty Kuntz on how retrieving a beach ball led to a great catch

Eric Hosmer on his dash to the plate in Game 5 of the World Series 04:52

Eric Hosmer on his dash to the plate in Game 5 of the World Series

Royals' Eric Hosmer helps with MLB Pitch Hit and Run promotion 04:39

Royals' Eric Hosmer helps with MLB Pitch Hit and Run promotion

On-board video shows the car hitting the streetcar at Truman Road 01:12

On-board video shows the car hitting the streetcar at Truman Road

On-board streetcar video of the accident at Truman Road 01:12

On-board streetcar video of the accident at Truman Road

Bri Villanueva, Eddie Chagoya throw in slow mo 00:57

Bri Villanueva, Eddie Chagoya throw in slow mo

Share Video

Sports Videos