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THIS COULD GET UGLY: VOTE FOR MANAGER OF THE ALL TIME CHICAGO CRYPE TEAM
Posted 30 September 2011 - 08:36 AM
We have four outfielders: Earl Cunningham, Ryan Harvey, Brooks Kieschnick, Darren Jackson
We have a 3B in Gary Scott, and we just added a first baseman in Hee Seop Choi.
The pitching staff includes the little known(but very crypy) Herman Segelke and Rick James, as well as Ben Christenson and Mark Pawalek(who Brett reminded us suffered a serious injury by tripping over his Playstation)
So we have about half of the All-Time Chicago Cub CrypeRoster filled; but something struck me yesterday amongst all of the talk of Quade and Ozzie and now Francona: We need a manager for this team! (I think we can all agree that Rudy Jaramillo will be the hitting coach).
Simply put, I see only two choices: Dusty Baker or Lou Piniella. Both of which came in with MASSIVE hype. I know which way I am leaning on this choice...but I would like to open it up for discussion. I may change my mind(Brett has done that for me a few times, like with my now seemingly stupid support of Hendry)
So who deserves to manage the team full of hyped prospects who either sucked or just had a sucky career.
Dusty or Sweet Lou?
Posted 30 September 2011 - 09:15 AM
but at least under Dusty we won a playoff game. so it's hard not to go with Lou.. oh well, I'm sticking with Dusty.
Posted 30 September 2011 - 10:09 AM
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