"I’ve read studies where you can pull a lineup out of a hat," he said, "and, over the course of an extended look, you’re not going to get any more offense than if you hand-set your lineup." ... "You look at Kila’s numbers in Triple-A," Yost said, "and his strength was his plate discipline. [...] it’s an adjustment period up here. You’ve finally got your opportunity, and you want to show what you’re capable of doing. It’s only natural (to try to do too much) until you get back into your comfort zone."