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. . . doing this for almost two months has prepared me to be a better advisor to Dayton and his staff.
Brett: "Quit so we can get a GM smart enough to get rid of these guys."
My lifelong passion after playing was not to be a hitting coach
2013Wil Myers AAA .286/.356/.520/.876 MLB .322/.351/.496/.847 136 OPS+Jeff FrancoeurMLB .209/.249/.316/.564 56 OPS+
MLB .322/.351/.496/.847 136 OPS+
MLB .209/.249/.316/.564 56 OPS+
Wil Myers (22) WAR: 1.0 for $300kJake Odorizzi: -0.2 for peanutsMike Montgomery: MinorsPatrick Leonard: MinorsJeff Francoeur WAR: -0.9 for Sunk CostsJames Shields WAR: 2.0 for $9MWade Davis WAR: -2.1 for $2.8MElliott Johnson(29) WAR: 1.1 for $500K (arb eligble)
Royals hitters on the season: 0.255/0.311/0.372
Royals hitters with George Brett as hitting coach: 0.248/0.309/0.369
KT, I don't see how the amount of salary they took on is relevant. You can argue it could have been put to much better use by throwing it at a free agent starter like Sanchez and hoping he's willing to take the offer but them actually spending the money is irrelevant. .
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