Say O! Posted July 6, 2010 Share Posted July 6, 2010 From a contractual perspective, does Buck really have anything to fear in regard to personnel? Yeah, he can get "assurances" for improved spend on talent, but at the end of the day, you don't need to get that stuff in contracts. In other words, Buck has the power to resign. And it would likely be well known within the industry the reasons for doing so. He likely could easily find another compelling manager job if he wishes within a year or two. So from a contract standpoint, in my mind, it's a non-issue really. In terms of agreeing to a contract and wanting to manage the team, yes, Buck will need to believe that the O's have the resources to contend. But all this hubaloo about contractual terms and breaches of contract baloney...no worries really. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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