Can someone explain why Omar’s player-evaluation skills are so indispensable to the organization that he must be brought back in that role?
Or is it the fact he’s owed about $2.2 million?
And before someone cites Dickey and Takahashi, I’ll see you Catalanotto, Matthews, Jacobs and note that if you sign volume, someone rises.
And I’ll see you Igarashi, who got the two-year deal.
My point being: How about just an absolute clean break with new, fresh ideas — no matter which GM candidate emerges?