Originally Posted by Scrap Irony
I'd argue that a 2-0 game lead and almost all questionable decisions made working out in his favor tend to deserve credit and/ or praise.
Dude's done good work, as evidenced by the success of the team he's in charge of.
The players have done good work, and deserve the lion's share of the credit. Their success has masked a lot of Dusty's shortcomings (like having two terrible OBP hitters batting at the top of the lineup all season).
You can't just heap praise based on results without evaluating the process.