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Guillen and Cox take home Manager of the Year awards – No Surprises There
Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Contrary to my feelings about the winners of most of the other awards that have been given this post season, the Yankees Chick is actually in favor of these recipients. Cox has proved himself to be a very consistent manager, leading the Braves to an absurd fourteen division titles (never mind that only one of those resulted in a World Series win). Even more important than his record, though, is the great reputation not he has earned as an inspiration and motivator to his players. His counterpart, AL Manager of the Year Guillen has earned a similar reputation. Guillen would be a deserving candidate regardless of the outcome in the World Series; in the two seasons that he has been at his post in Chicago he has created a team that exhibits not only talent but true sportsmanship. Sure, it sounds a bit silly, but it’s those little “intangibles” that add up to give a team an edge. Both Cox and Guillen certainly have had the obvious advantage of the capable athletes that they manage, but their managerial talent is admirable and warrants recognition. Perhaps when the MVP awards are unveiled I’ll be able to forgive the BBWAA for choosing Colon…


posted by Yankees Chick @ Wednesday, November 09, 2005  
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