"What took so long?" "About time!" "Good, now Shapiro must go!" "Not shocked at all." All common responses from Cleveland Indians fans at the news that Eric Wedge has been let go as the manager. After seven seasons as the skipper for the Tribe, Wedge departs with the club that gave him his first managerial job back in 1998 with Low-A Columbus. He takes with him good memories, such as the success of a 2007 ALCS run and the rough and many lessons learned. Wedge won't be the only one taking this as a learning experience; many fans of the Cleveland franchise, the ownership of it, Mark Shapiro, and the players should do the same. However, the biggest thing they should take isn't a lesson Wedge had to learn. What everyone should take from this situation is the fact that one man is not responsibl ...
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