With l00 losses in the books (and two more likely to follow), I sure hope change doesn't begin and end with the coaching staff.
I can't tell you for sure that I know what any of those guys actually do beyond the pitching coach and hitting coach. By that I mean what they do beyond the obvious. Tolman must have other responsibilities beyond standing in the box, flashing signs and sending and holding runners. Right?
St. Claire seems like the always safe guy and I keep reading he's well regarded. I assume that's justified just based on what I've read but I have no real clue. Do any of you? Has he really developed a pitcher since the Nats have been in Washington? Has he had the chance - has there been a serious pitcher to develop?
Who stays? Anyone? Is St. Claire still safe?
Who goes? I think Lenny Harris is an obvious choice.
Thoughts? Would it bother you to see a complete wipe out of the coaching staff?