Originally Posted by Chip R
the schedule doesn't seem to be the problem but rather the differences in philosophy
"the demands of the on-field coordinator are time-consuming" cited Tim Naehring
personally, I've no idea how RonO is at the on-field job, but I suspect that he'd be ideal.
Last year the Reds needed to hire a completely new team of developers with a history of success, and all they really did was bring in RonO. Pfft. But immediately RonO goes so the turnover slows even more. It's an inauspicious start to the offseason, IMO