Looking for sense in Seattle
How could Mike Hargrove walk away from one of the easiest jobs in sports? It makes no sense. Story
Baseball managers seem to have the sanest life of anybody who runs a team in the three major sports. They aren't expected to sleep in the office three nights a week like NFL -- and even big-time college football -- coaches. They aren't subject to the horrendous travel schedules in the NBA, nor to the problem of coming up with a new strategy every time their team plays.
And this might be a little bit of an industry secret, but most of the heavy lifting in the majors is done by subordinates. ...
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