Originally Posted by camisadelgolf
Well, as we all know, Wayne is out the door. I've kept track of all his transactions since he took over as GM. I just thought some people might like to look them over.
We all know that the Reds organization had some pitching and defense weakness from ten or more years neglect and poor planning from bad management, dating back to the Bowden years.
Of all players drafted, signed, or traded for
What quantity were pitchers
What quantity were defense oriented position players
What percentage of the aggregate were these pitchers and defensive type players.
How many Krivsky drafts still remain in the system to be judged at the proper time
How did Krivsky acquisitions compare to franchises and organizations that had extreme competitive advantages in capital investments over the Cincinnati Reds organization
New York Mets $ 137,793,376 (-63,675,681)
Los Angeles Dodgers $ 118,588,536 (-44,470,084)
Atlanta Braves $ 102,365,683 (-28,247,988)
Philadelphia Phillies $ 98,269,880 (-24,152,185)
Chicago Cubs $ 118,345,833 (-44,228,138)
St. Louis Cardinals $ 99,624,449 (-25,506,754)
Houston Astros $ 88,930,414 (-14,812,719)
Cincinnati Reds $ 74,117,695