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Byline: Dale Hofmann
PHOENIX _ Ned Yost says he lives in his own little world, and it wasn't such a bad one on Sunday. Sunny and 74 degrees, but still dangerous.
You're cordially invited to join him there, but you might want to bring a thermos of espresso to keep up. The Milwaukee Brewers' new manager moves fast, thinks fast and talks fast, and if recent form holds up, he could be gone fast, too.
The fourth man to hold the job in four years, contractually he has two seasons to prove he can be a major-league manager with a team that lost 106 games last year, and he may never get another chance. That sounds a lot like an impossible situation, but Yost …