Originally Posted by XplodingScorbord
He's saying that because KW and JR get along so well, and because this season went poorly, he wonders if Hahn is going to get fired and Kenny is going to resume being GM.
To which I say: Zero percent chance.
Zero percent, and a horrible idea. Hahn is what is needed. None of this season is his fault. I am actually glad Kenny stepped aside, I just thought it was interesting he still craves the job.
"I'm sorry that you don't like our manager," Williams says he told him.
"I'm sorry that you don't like our 3-4-5 hitters. Or our closer.
"I'm sorry that you don't like our third baseman and our shortstop. Or our left fielder and our right fielder.
"I'm sorry people feel this way about our club. But I also want you to know something about that:
"We don't care."
-Kenny Williams before start of 2005 season