Re: Should Wayne Krivsky's contract be extended?
Let's not forget: we're talking about a GM that still hasn't posted either a .500 record or a roster that played to a positive Pythag. This is a big year for Krivsky - one where we need to see guys like Bray put it together, Cordero stabalize the back of the bullpen, and Volquez to solidify the back of the rotation with Bailey.
His draft classes look to have provided good depth, but nobody drafted in the Krivsky-era has jumped off the page. Combine that with the apparent swing-and-a-miss on the Stubbs pick (note: I do not want to turn this into a Stubbs/Lincecum debate), and I think this is also a big year for Krivsky's draft products. I would, ideally, like to see a few of them break out at the mid-level minors and give the team a few high-B/low-A type prospects for the 2008 list. Stubbs turning the corner and Mesoraco showing something would certainly help.
So, I guess put me in the "wait and see" camp. This is a big year for Krivsky, and there is a lot left to do before it starts.
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