I have learned, in my time blogging on the Blue Jays, that often times you get a better read on a "breaking" story if you hang back and let it develop, both in the traditional media and in the blogosphere, before you dash off a missive detailing your fevered ramblings. Such was my response to the huge "Players v. Cito" storm breaking over the end of the Jays' disappointing 2009 season.
Of course, the flip side of that is that occasionally you can't really add much to the conversation. I have been a non-fan of Cito 2.0 right from the start.
Admittedly the team played much better after he was hired last year but even then, my view was that it was more a reflection on the ability of the players than on the Cito Magic. There was just too much that he was doing that was obviously wrong. ...
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