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balboner
04-16-2003, 09:11 PM
No heart, no hustle, no intensity, no fans, should equate to NO JERRY MANUEL!

Hullett_Fan
04-16-2003, 09:27 PM
I'm sure JM will be on the way out if this team is at .400 or less in June. If he's at .500+ he'll have the rest of the year to get this team to the playoffs

The bigger problem is:

1) the waste of roster space that Lee and Daubach have become.

2) PK seems lost at the plate and in the field

3) Relief pitching (a supposed strength) is looking horrible


The positives:

1) The starters have looked great for the most part.

2) I'm sure PK will turn it around and Lee could contribute something but this team is missing an igniter at the top of the order (Beltran anyone?).

3) Gordon has a month to get it together or get lost. Koch needs to put a good string together and then take a leadership role in that bullpen.

4) The Royals will fall back to earth once they play a team outside this weak division (of course if we keep playing like this, the Yanks, BoSox, A's, Angels...hell every team but the D-rays will kill us)

gosox41
04-17-2003, 08:00 AM
Originally posted by balboner
No heart, no hustle, no intensity, no fans, should equate to NO JERRY MANUEL!

No brains either.

Hangar18
04-17-2003, 08:02 AM
Really, seeing the job he did early in the season, they shouldve axed him in the offseason, and taken the best Available Manager out there (kind of like how Championship Organizations like the Yankees do it) Should Dusty have been a Sox Mgr instead?

TheBigHurt
04-17-2003, 09:38 AM
Originally posted by Hullett_Fan


The bigger problem is:

3) Relief pitching (a supposed strength) is looking horrible




THAT will improve it has to..... :)