Originally Posted by Matt700wlw
......several clubs — including the Giants, Cubs, Mariners, Astros, Reds and Pirates — could change general managers at the end of the season. The Cardinals also could lose G.M. Walt Jocketty, who is under contract through 2008 but shadowed by Jeff Luhnow, the team's vice-president of scouting and player development.
Jocketty, who spent 14 seasons with the A's, would be a natural for the Giants, assuming the Cardinals allowed him to depart. He also could be a fit for the Reds, whose owner, Bob Castellini, previously was an investor with the Cardinals.
I saw that in the same Rosenthal article that mentioned Adam Dunn.
For whatever reason, I don't see Jocketty as much of an improvement over Krivsky. Jocketty's had more payroll to play with in STL, and has had a better group of core talent to build around, not to mention more trading chips both on the MLB roster, and in the minors. I'm sure Krivsky could produce similar results if he were the Cardinals' GM.