Found November 12, 2012 on The Outside Corner:
The Colorado Rockies don't do a lot of things right.  There's no, "but they do do so-and-so right" follow up coming.  They just don't do a lot of things right and, if anything, they seem to be finding new and creative ways to not do things the right way. Take, for example, their recent hiring of new manager Walt Weiss.  Now, nobody can complain about them replacing the wildly inept Jim Tracy, although they did fire him just eight months after giving him an indefinite "handshake" agreement contract extension which is just about the most Rockies thing ever.  What you can complain about is replacing him with a guy who has no managing experience outside of one season managing his son's high school baseball team, albeit a very good team.  To be fair, hiring a manager with no previous experience is definitely a gamble, but it isn't necessarily a bad thing.  It worked out decently for the White Sox and Robin Ventura this last season, so I s...
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