After the Royals dropped the second game of a four-game set at Kauffman Stadium on Friday, manager Ned Yost did not have a solid diagnosis on catcher Salvador Perez. He was removed in the seventh inning after striking out on on Aug 4, 2017.
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He’s done with his duty as press secretary at the White House. So on Tuesday, Kansas City local Josh Earnest took in a leisurely evening game, watching the Royals play the Orioles in Baltimore. Royals reporter Rustin Dodd chats with him about the baseball season, life after the White House, and who would play him had he been featured on Saturday Night Live.