I read on the ORG today that Krivsky is signed thru 2007, with 2008 and 2009 options. The club has exercised the 2008 option last year, but I am beginning to wonder if he will last through this year. He is largely responsible for putting the team together, with the possible exception of Griffey. I believe the possibility of him holding onto his job is now largely dependent on how the new manager does. If the new manager can have the team playing at .500 or even better the rest of this season, he may have 1 year to keep his job. A lot will also depend on who he does at the trading deadline. He needs to make good trades at the deadline and not get nothing like he did in The Trade. Bray started out well but got injured, and Majewski has been worthless. I hope the minor league pitcher will be good, but so far we haven't had much of a return from that trade.A good manager might be able to save Krivsky's job for 1 more year, and he better hope that is the case.