Re: Managerial search update(s) Could it be Dusty?
Dusty as a manager was famous for leaving little tokens of interest or friendship at his players locker.. IE say Robb Nenn liked Metallica, Dusty would leave tickets and a backstage pass to see them for Rob.
Being an outfielder he has an outfielders approach to pitching, which often means he only understands how to hit it and the rest is a mystery to him. For a team with big names and vets he's a better fit. But for a team that is transcending hopefully beyond a historic dip I don't see him as a good fit. He's not an Earl Weaver, nor is he he a Booby Cox... he's more like a Lasorda, a cheerleader and a guy who will want to lean on sure things and a set lineup, often despite the results