Friday, July 13, 2007

Omar and Willies Relationship

Ben Shipgel at the New York Times writes about the distress between Omar Minaya and Willie Randolph.

Randolph could not hide his irritation that Down, his personal choice for hitting coach, had been dismissed... Asked how he responded after Minaya informed him of the choice, Randolph said: “If you want to make the decision, you’re the general manager. You can make that decision.” The moves were fairly bold ones for a team that, for the first time under Minaya and Randolph, is acknowledging a sense of distress. Since June 1, the Mets have won only 15 games and have often looked flat.

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