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07-23-2013, 02:07 AM
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Originally Posted by MrOiler View Post
After the Gagner signing, I'm seeing MacT's performance as B+ to A-. No outrageously great moves, but a bunch of interesting moves. No home-runs, but lots of singles and doubles.

The team is better, but the question is by how much? There are still holes on the team. There will be growth by some of the younger guys, but it won't fill the whole gap. How much will become known this year.

Nonetheless, I didn't think that MacT could fix all the issues in a single summer - that's wishful thinking.

Some more toughness in the bottom 6 would satisfy me, for now.
That's a good way to describe it. I think he wanted to do more than he did but it just wasn't there so he did what he could. One things I do like is how he seems to know exactly what he wants from a team and is working towards that and I am a big fan of it. IN hindsight it really seems like Tambellini was just kind of flying by the seat of his pants. A guy with a real clear idea of what he wants should be more successful than a guy just trying to plug pieces together and hoping for the best.

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