Originally Posted by Cedric
Getting back to Gonzo trade for a second with a simple thought.
The Krivsky era started with arguably the worst defense up the middle in baseball. Now 50% of that equation is now arguably the best in baseball.
Turning this organization around was always going to be an arduous task, but I think we got some legs.
Look at the flip side, though.
Krivsky took over an offensive juggernaut and is working on turning them into a third-tier unit.
I agree that the defense and pitching needed to be improved. I just don't think it would have been that hard to do it without tearing down the offense.