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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Angels are expected to replace either general manager Jerry Dipoto or manager Mike Scioscia before start of next season, sources say. (more)</p>— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) <a href="

">August 23, 2013</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Philosophical differences exist between the men, and it has become increasingly apparent to organization that status quo is not tenable.</p>— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) <a href="

">August 23, 2013</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Relevant point: Scioscia is signed for more years and greater dollars than Dipoto. Scioscia is unlikely to resign and forgo huge payday.</p>— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) <a href="

">August 23, 2013</a></blockquote>

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That is a darn shame.

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They should both go. The larger responsibility is the GM of course but Scosia is a small ball moron.

I find it laughable that Scosia's remaining contract could be a factor. After Pujols and Hamilton Scosia is the tipping point?

I want Dipoto to go since he turned down the O's.

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I wonder how this will affect Matt Klentak, who left the O's before the 2012 season to go work for DiPoto.

He will be fired along with him. Dipoto took him when we needed him. He was defacto GM with Buck before Dan got hired. Oh, and Lacava is getting fired too. All the guys who left us or turned us down. Boo hoo,

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He will be fired along with him. Dipoto took him when we needed him. He was defacto GM with Buck before Dan got hired. Oh, and Lacava is getting fired too. All the guys who left us or turned us down. Boo hoo,

I went to college with him and know him pretty well. Good dude. I was bummed when he left Baltimore though. He'll land somewhere if Anaheim doesn't work out.

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Dejon Watson is doing just fine.

I was thinking along the same lines as both you and Weams. De Jon seems to be doing a fine job developing players for the Dodgers, although who knows how he would be as GM. But all the other golden boys who spurned us seem to be spending too much time believing the hype.

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