He’s obviously a bright guy. He’s obviously a great executive. He took two pennant famished organizations to World Series championships.
Yesterday he said there has to be some balance between analytics and entertainment. He has regrets despite championships what analytics has done to the game. He said there’s far too much striking out. The ball isn’t in play often enough to maintain an entertainment level.
Is a person this open minded about the game and introspective about himself a better potential commissioner than Manfred?