Bud's final accomplishment before leaving his job as commissioner is going to demand that all clubs hiring hitting coaches that don't believe in working
I think Giambi would be an excellent choice, and believe he'd definitely drive home the importance of patience, and running up pitch counts.
I don't know whether or not he'd be good, but I'd sure love to have Giambi around again.
Pretty much a given that whoever wins this series won't be the best team in baseball, but merely the "best team in baseball". The thing you
Too bad Romo didn't level him when he ran by.