Houston Astros right fielder Colby Rasmus robbed the Royals’ Alcides Escobar of a hit in the fourth inning Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium. The Star’s Lee Judge notes that Royals manager Ned Yost waited all night for someone to burn Rasmus, and it just didn’t happen. In fact, Rasmus was the one doing the burning. He was robbing Royals hitters all night.
Houston Astros right fielder Colby Rasmus robbed the Royals’ Alcides Escobar of a hit in the fourth inning Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium. The Star’s Lee Judge notes that Royals manager Ned Yost waited all night for someone to burn Rasmus, and it just didn’t happen. In fact, Rasmus was the one doing the burning. He was robbing Royals hitters all night. JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM
Houston Astros right fielder Colby Rasmus robbed the Royals’ Alcides Escobar of a hit in the fourth inning Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium. The Star’s Lee Judge notes that Royals manager Ned Yost waited all night for someone to burn Rasmus, and it just didn’t happen. In fact, Rasmus was the one doing the burning. He was robbing Royals hitters all night. JOHN SLEEZER JSLEEZER@KCSTAR.COM
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