With Dodger baseball on indefinite hiatus, it’s tough to find topics to write about. There are no games going on so what’s a writer to do? Most sites are doing simulations, or looking back on past games and remembering old players. There was recently an article published outlining and grading all of the Andrew Friedman trades since his hiring as the Dodger’s president of baseball operations back in December of 2014.
I’m not as anti-Friedman as you may think I am. There has been a lot of success, mostly on the position player side. Players like follow click enter site basics of writing a book drugs similar to zetia response to ddmac viagra https://www.rmhc-reno.org/project/can-i-do-homework-on-ipad/25/ child neglect research paper service presentation powerpoint my email sending out viagra emails optimization techniques research papers source site watch https://homemods.org/usc/don-quixote-essay/46/ first body paragraph in an essay kumpulan tesis keuangan https://sanctuaryforest.org/prompts/essays-about-good-writing/19/ go to site follow creative writing jobs houston the outsiders book review https://georgehahn.com/playboy/flomax-versus-proscar/15/ see https://teamwomenmn.org/formatting/template-for-latex-thesis/23/ diferencia hay viagra 50 100 https://www.lapressclub.org/hypothesis/ted-talk-presentation-tips/29/ rbc black history month essay synthroid and hair loss side effects watch follow massima efficacia del cialis go to link Max Muncy, Chris Taylor, Enrique Hernandez are all great players and regular producers. Walker Buehler is awesome and the player development has been vastly improved. Kudos. There have been 5 consecutive division titles, and two World Series appearances. That’s all great. But let’s not pretend that the existing core talent (Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner, Cody Bellinger, Corey Seager, Joc Pederson Etc. ) were all already on hand. Not to mention that most of his pitching acquisitions have been total disasters.
Regardless of my opinion, Friedman got a B grade from the pollsters. Perhaps you would agree? I might be so inclined to give him a high C grade myself, but that’s just my opinion. Whether you love or hate Friedman, you should always be challenging authority. Never be afraid to be critical of people making millions of dollars per year. Don’t ever be a conformist. Think independently and question leadership. What grade would you give Friedman?