Originally Posted by M2
Maybe, but if he can't make that jump this spring then I'd let some other organization try to fix him. I don't see him as being worth a lot of time and effort at this point. If my pitching coach insisted otherwise I'd inform him that he'd better be confident that this is likely to succeed or he's going to find his job evaluation partially tied to Hudson's results.
Don't forget the power of positive thinking brought on by Zig's powerful oratory.
Tying my job to the drag-ass employee's results? Crappy thing to do, but a great motivator, no?