When the Marlins let pitching coach Mark Wiley go along with first base/infield coach Andy Fox I wasnÆt all that concerned (and if youÆre concerned about either of them, they were offered positions elsewhere in the Marlins organization, so they'll be fine). While I liked Wiley, I felt the results of his work were mixed at best. As for Fox, well, his position isnÆt even a huge concern in my view. á Now, for the purists whoÆll want my head for making that remark, let me just appease you by saying that I understand the first base/infield coaching job is an important one to the team, as are all the coaching positions. However, in comparison to the pitching coach, I think anyone would agree that FoxÆs former position simply doesnÆt have the possibility of making the same impact on the te ...
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