"Omar’s around. As I said, he’s not in a great state right now, this has taken a great toll on him, and I think if you guys can give him a day or so, he’ll be back to Omar. And if we can all give him a chance, I think he’ll come back and make this organization proud." This quote from Jeff Wilpon yesterday made me think. How do the recent events surrounding Omar affect his approach to the trade deadline. Is he so crippled that he has to sit on the sidelines, or does he feel he needs to make a big move to try to save his job? And what are the directives from ownership? The next 48 will bear this all out, but I'm a little worried that the desperation to generate good news combined with the winning streak might lead Omar to make a bad desperation move. Thoughts? (And apologies if I screwed up with the chat function)
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