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Should we go after Jeff Luhnow?

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9 minutes ago, Mr. Chewbacca Jr. said:

Yeah, but what's his TTTP? 😉

Every time I read that, I imagine that someone has a stuttering problem.

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In all seriousness though, I would be open to the idea of Hinch as our next manager if he doesn’t receive a lifetime ban...

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3 minutes ago, joelala said:

In all seriousness though, I would be open to the idea of Hinch as our next manager if he doesn’t receive a lifetime ban...

I’m thinking he’ll never get another job in baseball.

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Just now, ArtVanDelay said:

I’m thinking he’ll never get another job in baseball.

Agree with this. The guys on MLB Network are saying that could see Hinch getting a job before Luhnow. I just don't see how that's possible. I don't see how any team can hire Hinch after this.

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4 minutes ago, ArtVanDelay said:

I’m thinking he’ll never get another job in baseball.

Very possible. 

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3 minutes ago, BrendanPlutschak said:

Agree with this. The guys on MLB Network are saying that could see Hinch getting a job before Luhnow. I just don't see how that's possible. I don't see how any team can hire Hinch after this.

He'll have to wander the hinterlands of unemployment for a while, but american society - and business in particular -- has a short memory and a large capacity for forgiveness... I bet he's in some coaching capacity inside the next 3-5 years.

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Just now, jjnono said:

He'll have to wander the hinterlands of unemployment for a while, but american society - and business in particular -- has a short memory and a large capacity for forgiveness... I bet he's in some coaching capacity inside the next 3-5 years.

Wash smoked the crack and got back. On skilz. 

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