According to a recent report by Dan Martin of the New York Post, the Yankees will take a “close look” at the organization after the season, with jobs “potentially in peril.”
Per Martin, the two names that could be face termination are Brian Sabean and Omar Minaya, two front office hires from this past offseason.
That revelation inspired zero confidence for BT, who can’t believe the response to a disastrous season would be to look at two hires who had little to do with putting together the 2023 roster.
“To me, this is utterly ridiculous if this actually happens and nothing else happens,” BT said. “Let me get this straight. The Yankees, based on the report, are contemplating moving on from two gentlemen who got here nine months ago, and have literally had no impact on the failures of this season, but keep others…when they are directly responsible for this implosion.
“This is why the Yankees are a mess.”
Sal doesn’t have the same emotional investment, but he was equally uninspired by the reported plan by the organization.
“Those are the guys you’re gonna create change by firing? That’s not gonna do anything,” Sal said. “They’re not the problem, you knuckleheads.”