Originally Posted by EddieMilner
I have no stats to back this up, but it seems that whenever the Reds have fired a manager in the middle of the season, the interim manager wins a substantial more amount of games, and then the Reds hire him full time. Then this new manager has a horrible year after a season or two and he gets fired in the middle of the season.
I just wish the Reds would hire a legitimate manager that would inspire the team to win, and make good coaching decisions. I do not want another interim manager to get the job because he did better than the guy we fired.
my two cents.
That is exactly the main problem here. It is a vicious cycle, and it only stands to reason that the interim manager would do better because he simply can't do any worse. I just don't know if the team or the fans can take the rest of the year with Narron though...this team is brutally painful to watch.