I lifted this from another thread.
That's kind of an interesting question right there now isn't it?Too much concern is paid to breaking up righties/lefties instead of maximizing each player's abilities when the lineup card is made up.
It's Narron's biggest flaw.
What is Jerry Narron's biggest flaw as a manager?
I have to think it's favoring veteran's for the last couple of roster spots. Tough to say exactly who has responsability there. It could be Krivsky and it could be Narron, but pulling Q and putting in Deno seems a no-brainer to me. Substituting Juan Castro for Rey Olmedo seems to me to be subtraction. At the start of the year almost the whole bullpen was made up of guys whose sole qualifiacition was "they had pitched relief in the major leagues for several years."
In Narron's defense. Rich A has worked out better than anybody suspcected and we are not seeing Tony Womack at second base every day.
That's my answer. What's yours?