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July 30, 2014 9:24 AM

Billy Butler needs to hit to stay in Royals lineup, Ned Yost says

In Tuesday’s loss to the Twins, the Royals had a lineup that was similar to the one that was used on opening day. The difference? Billy Butler was dropped from fourth to sixth. Manager Ned Yost says that Butler will stay as the team’s designated hitter as long as he keeps hitting.

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