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Ned Yost Takes Full Responsibility for "Just not being very smart" after Wednesday's Loss.

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"The first time it was just a good case of hitting," Yost said of Cabrera’s single to beat a shift. "The second time was pure stupidity on my part, plain and simple that’s what it was. After the wild pitch, they had a runner on second. I started to overthink the situation. I know how aggressive Prince can be with runners in scoring position. If we can expand a little bit, we might get him to chase, hit into the shift. "That was just a dumb decision. I should have just walked him with the situation after the wild pitch. It might have been a situation we got out of there 3-3. I take the blame on that, full responsibility for just not being very smart."

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