The Star’s Lee Judge writes: In Sunday’s game against the Chicago Cubs, Royals starter Yordano Ventura had the tying run on second base and the winning run, represented by batter Chris Coghlan, at the plate. Coghlan already had two hits against Ventura, and the rest of the Cubs team had one. With first base open, should Ventura have worked around Coghlan?
The Star’s Lee Judge writes: In Sunday’s game against the Chicago Cubs, Royals starter Yordano Ventura had the tying run on second base and the winning run, represented by batter Chris Coghlan, at the plate. Coghlan already had two hits against Ventura, and the rest of the Cubs team had one. With first base open, should Ventura have worked around Coghlan? Nam Y. Huh The Associated Press
The Star’s Lee Judge writes: In Sunday’s game against the Chicago Cubs, Royals starter Yordano Ventura had the tying run on second base and the winning run, represented by batter Chris Coghlan, at the plate. Coghlan already had two hits against Ventura, and the rest of the Cubs team had one. With first base open, should Ventura have worked around Coghlan? Nam Y. Huh The Associated Press
Judging the Royals

Judging the Royals

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

Should a pitcher ever intentionally put the winning run on base?

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