Originally Posted by TomBradley72
This is team plays in a "fog", ongoing mental and fundamental mistakes across the board- Viciedo, De Aza, Beckham, Ramirez, Flowers,etc. Three players run through the 3rd base coach yesterday- no consequences.
More injuries than usual this year, and players are always accountable- but this is approaching "Bevington" territory- and Robin does not seem to be in control.
He's one of my all time favorite Sox players- and even without experience- I thought he would be a good manager- but this is a disaster.
I'm emotionally torn. Robin is also one of my favorites, but I do believe he last lost control of the team. What has steered me towards this is that there are NO repercussions for the daily bonehead mistakes being made. It make me wonder how much Ventura is actually in control.
So I guess I would answer yes. He should go. Along with many others. But the big question is who would replace him? Who would want to take on this disaster?
"Do the right thing. It will gratify some people, and astonish the rest".
Mark Twain - American author and Freemason