I am not surprised by this, and it will be interesting to see whom Molitor and Falvine pursue and eventually sign. However, I think minor league pitching coaching is more important than major league pitching coaching. With a few rare exceptions like Bert Blyleven or Dwight Gooden that's where pitchers become pitchers. It's in the minor leagues where the approach to developing pitchers really needs to change in this organization. The goal would be to have the major league coach doing little more than making fine-tuning adjustments.
Edited by spinowner, 09 October 2017 - 07:58 PM.