Originally Posted by Cedric
When I first got there Wayne Krivsky was doing an interview with Tom Gamble for 700 WLW. For some reason the volume was low and NOBODY was around.
I was there
I loved what he said about Homer Bailey, very wise...on the question of whether he'll be brought up next season, Krivsky said that Homer dictated that, but then he said something very bright: that one of the reasons they've been holding out on him is because once Homer's up, he's up. The last thing they want to do is bring him up and then send him back down. He used Brandon Phillips as the example of someone who was very unhappy once he was sent back down to the minors in Cleveland, the worst time of his career. I for one think this is smart. They are waiting until they are sure he is ready, and once he is promoted, Bailey (and we fans) can have full confidence that he is major-league ready.