Originally Posted by mbgrayson
The answer is simple. Krivsky needs to send a directive to the dugout: remove all starters by 110 (or whatever #) pitches. Then hold managers accountable to follow it.
The only manager I've heard of that was fired over pitch counts was Grady Little.
If Wayne wants to make his managers keep his pitchers on pitch counts and make them accountable to follow it, that's fine. But if he doesn't, how can you blame a manager for that?