Originally Posted by Gallen5862
How about trying to get Bobby Cox to manage? It's unlikely he would want to come out of retirement. It could be worth a shot that he misses managing.
A)Bobby Cox's managing from a glass half-empty standpoint: The Braves lost several postseason series during the Maddux, Glavine, Smoltz era in which they were heavily favored. Were questionable managerial decisions (Yes, I realize that it happens to all
managers) a factor?
B)Bobby Cox's managing from a glass half-full standpoint: Cox got the most out of teams questionably constructed--weak bullpens, holes in lineup-- by John Schuerholz.
Is it A, B or a combination of both.
Nice out-of-box thinking, though.