Baseball Crank
Covering the Front and Back Pages of the Newspaper
October 31, 2002
BASEBALL: Chicken, or Egg?

Rob Neyer notes that good major league managers who managed in the minors generally had winning records there, but that it's meaningless because guys who lose in the minors never get a chance in the majors, plus good organizations produce good players at both levels. Nonetheless, especially in modern times, the unpredictability of minor league managing, given the massive roster turnover, is a steep hurdle, and you have to think highly of anyone who's able to clear it repeatedly.

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