Ned Yost must be asking himself how bad has it gotten for the Kansas City Royals. The KC manager was out doing his daily jog when he came across one of the practice fields for the Kansas City Chiefs. Apparently feeling a bit curious, Yost attempted to take in the practice and was immediately surrounded by security guards.
"I ran today and almost got arrested for a taking a peek at the Chiefs doing their minicamp. They surrounded me with their security," Yost said good-naturedly. "I'm not going to sell any secrets."
It's funny that Ned Yost thinks the problem is that the security guards were afraid he was going to sell any team secrets. I think its a rather safe bet that the reason the guards stopped the major league manager was because they didn't want any of his stink getting on the Chiefs. There is quite a bit of hope surrounding Andy Reid and his boys this year.
Meanwhile, the Kansas City Royals are looking like one of the worst teams in the major leagues these days. The team just got handed their 12th defeat in their last 13 games and went homerless yet again. The Royals have now hit two homers in the last 16 games.
Andy Reid is hoping that his team can be a squad that hits the home run on the football field, what with Alex Smith and Jamaal Charles happy and healthy. Would you want Ned Yost's loser juice on you?