Kind of crazy. May or may not be true, we'll have to see.
Also, there's a similar blurb out there saying Peavy's option isn't getting picked up, which is an even worse case of bad timing.
I was always a bit afraid of Hahn taking over, since promotions from within to GM usually don't work too well, and he may sit still (more than Kenny) on a payroll-cutting offseason with more focus on rebuilding than competing.
Say what you want about Kenny, but the guy has done a great job here and has always tried to push the envelope to get a better team on the field than ownership would had they their druthers.