I am not endorsing him for manager, but I thought he was made a scape-goat here and should not have been. Part of it from booth, part of it from the manager's office, fans picked up on it. Was so happy for him he got away from here and ended up thriving, shockingly in NYC where we all assumed the pressure would get to him.
In my mind's eye, I can still see the throw he unleashed from RF to nail, I think, Bonilla, at 3b in one of the early 1990 NLCS games. Awesome baseball.