This is a little on the lazy side, but if I link articles that someone else wrote and add a paragraph or two, it's like I created an entire post. More content = more readers!
SNY's Ted Berg hits the nail on the head today. The Nunez decision is so inexplicably stupid that it's the first time I've ever given more than a passing thought to the "Omar only likes Latinos" theory. I still think it's baloney, but what logical explanation exists for putting Abraham Nunez on a major league roster with only three healthy outfielders?
The whole organization needs an overhaul. The manager is overly conservative and does everything by the book, while still struggling to understand basic baseball strategy. The general manager's biggest skills seems to be giving richer contracts to players than anyone else will and always asking for a pitcher when he makes a trade. The ownership won't take risks of any kind - no managers who think outside the box, no general managers who know how to get good players without overpaying for them, no players who might make waves or play the game with too much heart, lest they turn into the second coming of the wild mid-80s Mets.
EDIT: Was it Berg's scathing expose that cost Nunez his job a few days later? Or was it T-Bone's inability to detect sarcasm?