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I'd have thought long and hard about firing Byrnes if Omar was going to be the interim GM.
Has Byrnes had more success than Omar?
I'd have thought long and hard about firing Byrnes if Omar was going to be the interim GM. How much longer before Amaro and Towers joins him?
With even smaller market teams able to lockup their homegrown stars, it's more important than ever to produce your own players.
had one major tradeable asset in Latos and no system to speak of it seems
It is possible the Padres, like the Rockies, operate in such an extreme run environment at home that it significantly handicaps them as they try to field a consistently competitive team.
There was some talk that the run environment got into the heads of all the recent Mariner prospects (Smoak, Ackley, Montero, etc).
This is one of the things I’ve always wondered about. For years Baseball America trumpeted how the Padres had one of the best farm systems around with all this talent in the pipeline. I haven’t seen anything come out of that system yet that I can get excited about. Not one player. So is the talent really there? If so, is it an organizational inability to develop the talent that’s the problem?
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