It's not that confusing to me why the best of the assistant GM's are not interested in this job. Bear with me on this. Like Dan O'Brien or not, he was given a mandate to build from within and develop the minor leagues. Then a "hands-on" owner comes in, says he's impatient by nature, and fires him despite his doing what he had been directed to do. If you are a Michael Hill, Chris Antonelli, or any other quality assistant GM who has been brought up under the philosophy that you do things the right way, is that a situation you want to find yourself in? I know we are all in the "In Bob We Trust" mode right now, but I think that Mr. Castellini's personality and obvious intention to be hands-on will keep the good candidates away.