Beyond the Yankees, Mariners and Phillies, there may not be any other GM changes in the offseason. There was much speculation a few months back that the Nationals would let Jim Bowden go after this season, but while the Nationals' NL-worst record of 58-97 would seem to only reconfirm that line of thought, Nationals owner Ted Lerner believes in Bowden's plan to build the Nationals through scouting and player development, and reportedly plans to stick with him for the long haul.
Sunday, September 21, 2008
From Baseball Prospectus's John Perrotto:
Posted by Steven at 5:26 PM