It's management, not the players, that's responsible for the product that's on the field.
My point was, they don't have a bad product on the field. They're just young. They have two young pitchers that could take a lot of teams into the future. They have good hitters with a good power bat in the middle of their lineup. Sure, they may need one or two more pieces, but no one would be satisfied there w/ what they could get right now.
People tend to believe that management can do whatever they want, whenever they want. It's not that simple. It's not like they're turning down good offers. It's hard for me to believe they're in it to lose.
Kinda like everyone expecting a certain AAAA team that's in Washington to do the same, huh?
Who expected to go to the W.S this year? I don't think anyone did. Did you?
This means that no, we didn't expect them to produce in a way that we'd win even more than half of the games this year.