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Brett still deciding on role as hitting coach

Brett still deciding on role as hitting coach

Brett still deciding on role as hitting coach

MINNEAPOLIS -- When Hall of Famer George Brett took over as the Royals' interim hitting coach, he said he'd give it a try for at least a month and then talk it over with general manager Dayton Moore.

Well, Sunday was the one-month anniversary of that day.

"Really," Brett said. "Well, I'll probably meet with Dayton when I get home."

So has Brett made a decision on continuing?

One-word answer: "No."

Is he having fun in the job?

"When we win," he said. "When you score runs and we win, it's always fun."

So, Brett's future as a hitting coach is still uncertain.

"You never know," he said.

Dick Kaegel is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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