Re: Jim Riggleman: Please make it stop
During his time in Pensacola, Riggleman didn't shy away from the question on why he quit and it basically came down to him realizing that he wasn't going to be around in two months. The guys been around baseball long enough to realize how this would haunt him in pursuing other managerial jobs and he still did it. So my guess there was a lot said that would have made the last 2 months miserable for Riggleman. If a GM or owner can fire you around the All Star break, why can you not quit on a road trip as a manager?