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10-22-2012, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Ohio Jones View Post
Wait, did I just see Transplanted Caper? Must have been a mirage.

Anyway, sounds like Ausmus is going to have other options, so it comes down to how desirable the Toronto opportunity is seen to be. Alomar apparently taking himself out of the equation raises questions. If a promising managerial candidate comes here (again), will it just be as a stepping stone to another opportunity elsewhere? Does Toronto have enough potential to be able to attract - and keep - a top manager?

Don't mind me, my Toronto-based inferiority complex is showing.
Toronto can be an "IT" destination again and what cures all that winning. Managers now are looking at ownership and the lack of willingness to spend over the past 3 years and the constant well our farm team is well stock message and guys are thinking why go there if the MLB team is crap and they don't spend to make it better.

The farm system does not really help an MLB manager who is judge on wins and losses.

Once they fix the MLB team and bring in MLB talent you will see more managers look at Toronto as a good place to manage

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