Re: Walt interview (with Cunningham)
Telling a man that OPSed over .900 that he has to do something differently to fit what the team desires is kind of silly. Asking him to change his game is a slippery slope. Maybe we should try and repair some of the black holes at short, left, and catcher before asking our best hitter to change his game.
I was frustrated with Votto at times this season, but I think he's intelligent enough to make adjustments on his own. Walt assembled this team, and he should be taking responsibility for its performance down the stretch.