Originally Posted by Redsland
Former players are welcome here, even if he only pitched three games for the Reds.
Here are a few questions to put to the ownership:
What kind of say would the owner have in choosing the next manager: No say, final approval, or suggesting names?
Will the owner ever overrule the GM on a trade?
Will you be able to decide on a GM by Opening Day?
Do you expect the new GM to have experience at the GM level?
Is Adam Dunn the Mark McGwire the Reds need to become the Cardinals?
How will you turn Indianapolis, Columbus, Charleston and Lexington into a Cincinnati market?
What development possibilities are there for the sparse land around the stadium?
What can you do to improve the broadcast coverage in West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southeastern Ohio?
What are your expectations for over-the-air TV games?
For the baseball people:
How do you feel about drafting high school pitchers vs. college pitchers?
There's been talk about the need to manufacture runs, but the Reds offense was among the league leaders in scoring runs. Do the Reds really need small ball with this lineup?
Will the homer-friendly ballpark affect your approach to drafts and trades?
Will the organization be able to sign the best available player in the draft?
How does the organization feel about giving young players at-bats vs. playing steadier players on the downhill side of their careers?
Is this team as it is now the kind that could make a pennant run, or is it a year away, or longer?