"Now, what is this site about, how Joe Torre ruined pitchers' arms? Is that it?"
-Michael Kay, August 18, 2009

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

No decisions made

Joe Torre's future with the Yankees remained unclear Tuesday after team officials gathered at the home of owner George Steinbrenner to debate whether the manager should return for a 13th season.

"The meetings are adjourned for tonight," spokesman Howard Rubenstein said shortly after the session ended about 4 p.m. "There have been no decisions made, nor will there be any comment today. The meetings will resume tomorrow."

Steinbrenner told The Record of Hackensack, N.J., on Oct. 6 that he didn't think he'd bring back the manager if the Yankees failed to advance to the AL championship series. Cleveland then eliminated New York in four games, sending New York to its third straight first-round exit. (Yahoo! Sports)
This process is unfair to Torre.

Yes, I feel that he shouldn't return as manager and it's time to move on. Torre's body of work suggests that he should be treated with respect (cue Don Mattingly). If the Yankees don't intend on bringing Torre back, they should've said so as soon as the series ended.


John102355 said...

Seems like he's still in Purga-Torre.

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